She still had her eyes closed. They were entering the planet’s atmosphere, and the ship vibrated and rocked underneath her. She was afraid, if she opened her eyes, she would see something that would frighten her to death or make her vomit. Or both. So she remained still, her hands clenching the armrests for dear life, her stomach doing flips.
“Yes?” she asked. Leviathan was trying to speak to her.
“What do you think...of all this?”
She chuckled, though it sounded harsh. “I have no idea.”
“Do you believe what this AI is saying? About this Home place?”
“Same answer.” She grunted as the ship shifted to the right, as if hitting something on the way.
“Sorry guys,” Ultima shouted back. “I’m doin’ the best I can! These controls are freakin’ crazy!”
“You’re doing fine, Ultima,” Leviathan called out. Angelus re