Georges has barricaded himself into his mansion, after fearing retribution for funding the Katherine’s Bullet project. As he had predicted, his wife, Kavita had killed herself again, and he was alone, wandering his mansion, his writer full of weapons, in case Lord Anderson sent an assassin to break in.
Alexand follows the woman, whose name is Ehri, to the outskirts of the village, to where a pathway leads up a steady incline, the entrance of Bogd Khan Uul National Park.
Reports of locals disappearing in the Mongolian Capital, had Field Marshal Panak station Colonel Merek to Ulaanbaatar to investigate, and have her troops act as a front-line guard for the people of that city. Other major cities bordering the Amanojuko’s wall around Russia, have reported similar disappearances, and Panak has placed his troops in all affected border cities to send a message to the Amanojuko.
Two months have passed since Alexand decided to live away from Jarad in the military base, after their house was found to be bugged. He visits her each week, stays the night occasionally, but always retreats back to his shack in the woods. The military base is no place for a family, and he has come to talk with Alexand and try to convince her to come back home.
Mr Ash walks the corridors of Anum Anzeti’s castle and approaches the Time Maintenance Library in search of the illusive General’s Guild Master.
Lord Anum Anzeti waits in his Presentation Room as Mr Ash approaches.
The Guild Master’s General returns to his slum after a series of missions to maintain the fabric of time’s continuity.
After checking that her cat was alright, watching the rest of Alexand’s recordings and waiting half the night for the sun to rise, Katherine felt herself falling asleep. She woke up in the middle of the afternoon, with Ali purring on her pillow, and a deep need to visit the family of the girl with Downs Syndrome, Alexand had donated her eye to, to see why exactly the family had ended up on the Kyuunansen.