And so we leave chapter three on a fairly down note – chapter four starts on thursday, so we’ll leave our lengthy chapter of veiled exposition behind. It wasn’t intended to be this long, but a great deal of detours were given more priority and as a result took more time. I think the overall flow of events is better for it, but it does mean that things have a tendency to move slowly.
I like working with Te’len – she’s wildly different than the duo, and while Hani and Tiny might bicker between oneanother, Te’len is the one who can put a foot down and go really angry when things go down the drain.. as they have. Though I’d doubt she actually recieved any official reprimand, I think she recieved some rather harsh words, and the implication that her current future with her vocation might be somewhat uncertain.
At this rate, the cruise across the sea will be a long one.