Needing help with his increasingly bizarre and unique problem (having visions of his daughter, born over 300 years in his past) Wil goes to see his—well, friend is probably too strong a word—someone he doesn’t feel like killing (often). Abudali is a mystic who lives on a frozen world in a very posh cave (for a hermit). He agrees to help Wil, but after some consideration, Wil isn’t sure he’s ready for the type of help Abu has in mind.
Wil’s announcement that he was leaving fell on deaf ears. Abudali ignored what he said and smiled.
“I’m really going,” Wil told him. “I have things to do. I have a schedule to keep.”
“Of course you do. Go then, I won’t keep you.” Instead of arguing, Abu was giving him the brush off.
“Don’t you want me to? I thought for sure you’d try to make me stay.”
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