“Alright, let go of the second line.”
Josh’s heart started to beat faster. “Um, okay.” The tow-line dropped away beneath him.
“Now, take the knife and use the belt cutter on your webbing.”
Josh thought his heart was racing before, but he could feel it about to burst through his chest. He was thinking fast. They wouldn’t haul me all the way out here and just let me drop down to my death, right? Is this even worth it?
Ecoguerrillas is a serialized climate-fiction audiobook written and read by S. A. J. Johnson, now on to iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, Audible, YouTube, and other podcast apps. Supporters can get early access to each chapter by subscribing to the project on patreon.com/sajjohnson.
Find more at ecoguerrillas.com.
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Musical background is Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A Minor, arranged by Michelle Diehl (Pub. Dom.).
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