By Wen Spencer
From Wen Spencer, finalist for the loo W. Campbell Award...In this brand-new event within the a number of award-winning sequence, half-human, half-alien tracker Ukiah Oregon needs to positioned his abilities to the final word test-because kidnappers have taken his son.
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They were so identical that his senses could barely determine where his body stopped and his son’s started. Ukiah could feel Kittanning’s hunger as if it was his own. “I’m hungry,” Kittanning whimpered into his mind. ” Ukiah yawned. Kittanning’s hunger had woken them up in the middle of the night. With typical baby self-centeredness, Kittanning had shown very little patience with Ukiah’s late-night fumbling and needed a great deal of rocking to settle back to bed. In all, an hour had been stolen out of the heart of Ukiah’s sleep.
Lunch bags stood BITTER WATERS 31 half-filled on the counter, morning coffee scented the kitchen, and a baby bottle shimmered on the cooktop. “I have a doctorate in astronomy. I’ve written papers on all of my tiny, almost insignificant discoveries. ” Ukiah rocked back and forth, patting Kittanning on the back. He still found it disorienting to cradle the infant to him. They were so identical that his senses could barely determine where his body stopped and his son’s started. Ukiah could feel Kittanning’s hunger as if it was his own.
Max glanced up, saw Kittanning, and grinned. “Hey! ” “Stinky,” Ukiah said. Kittanning squealed with delight. ” “He’s happy to see you,” Ukiah translated, wincing slightly as the noise seemed to approach the supersonic range. Which made Max smile wider. Max set the last dish into 34 Wen Spencer the drying rack, let the soapy water out with a quiet sloshing noise, and dried his hands while Ukiah gathered supplies for a diaper-changing mission. Changing pad. Diaper wipes. Powder. Empty bread bag.