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Chapterlet OneThis place is so fucking redundant, he said suddenly.I didnt take my eyes off the road. The darkening farmland kept rolling on, just as it had done for the past four--no, five-- hours. The last decent rock station had fizzled into nothing ages ago, leaving behind only the regurgitated dregs of the airwaves: county music and Christian talk radio. The kid in the passenger seat had made one of his patented looks of disgust and switched off the radio. Wed been riding in silence ever since.Ye can say tha agin, I said. I let out a dry half-laugh, smirking at my own dumb joke. Beside me, the kid sighed. I swear, I almost felt him roll his eyes. Stupid prat. Cant even appreciate a good dose of irony.Funny, I thought, I still cannae kick calling im a kid. Hes only a few years younger than me
I glanced over at my companion on this voyage of dull. The kid--guy, dude, whatever--was sitting cross-legged on the seat. He sat