Seeds Chapter 12 Page 4

the remote for the TV screens wouldn’t have much of a range, but all he can see are the blank faces of drones staring out from the floors of the centre and from the car park beside it, like a crowd watching a football game.

Mark: We’re very similar if you think about it. Now more than ever actually. I’m not talking about this physical… condition. I’m talking about how we viewed the world and our place in it. We were always at the edge of social circles and society in general.

Outcasts in a way.



Free thinkers!

We operated differently and these “people”…