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The City: 117: Reyna

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Silas nudged Reyna and pointed.  Both watched but neither said a word, not wanting to draw attention to themselves or the people running.  The zombies were everywhere, and it seemed like they were getting faster, more graceful, and more cunning with each passing hour.  The two women and the boy didn’t stand much of a chance.  There were just too many of them.
“I think they have boot guns,” she said, and the two others looked up and came over to the windows too.
“You’re right,” said Bo
“Then they should shoot themselves and be done with it,” Silas said.

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The City: 116: Silas

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It was nearly dark when the three figures crept out of the back entrance to the bank and into the alley.  Silas watched them with interest.  He was holed up in the building across the street.  He barricaded himself and a few coworkers in an empty office when the virus started spreading through the building.  It wasn’t as nice as some of the others, but there was no outward facing glass and the door was solid oak.  It had held for five hours.  They spent that time in silence, just listening to the zombies beat ceaselessly against the door, waiting.

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