Sentence of the Day: Abaddon’s Gate, p. 316

Help! Emergency! James Holden’s been captured by the Martians! And they are taking him to —

pp. 316 – 317:

  • The luminescent surface irised closed behind them . . . The marine flipped him into a wall-mounted holding bar and strapped him in. “I’m out of air!” Holden screamed. “Please!”

They put HOLDEN into a wall-mounted holding bar???

Why does Holden keep getting into these situations? It’s pretty funny how things keep happening to him, book after book.

But then, he wouldn’t be James Holden if he didn’t keep getting into these scrapes. So, carry on, sir.

Stay safe, dear blog readers. Stay safe.


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