Elsewhen by William Patterson

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As Mahmood approached them, Jimmy saw what was in Mahmood’s good hand. He knew what it was. Mahmood used such devices frequently on his captives and had used such a device on Jimmy before. Jimmy screamed louder in rage and frustration. “I do not want that on my head.” He tried to move away from Mahmood but made little progress because of the handcuffs. Mahmood reached over to try to put the device on. Jimmy bent his head away from Mahmood in order to avoid the device. Jimmy was unsuccessful and the device went on. When the sphere touched the top of his head, it flowed out in all directions, assuming a more flattened shape. It stuck to his head despite the fact that he used his free hand to try to pull it off. He started sobbing. All his movements gradually started getting slower and slower. He appeared to get weaker and weaker, which he was. The violent emotions shown on his face became more subdued. He began to get lethargic. He slowly sank to the floor.

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Published August 8, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc.. 686 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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