PROSE & AUDIO
The Aero-Train is fitted with a propeller on the front car to pull it along the raised track struts safely over the city streets but who will save the day when an Aero-Train goes runaway?
Here you will find two ways to enjoy SKY SENTRY’S adventure: In PROSE form: as a blog post here, on the web based Wattpad, or as a digital file from Smash words. In AUDIO form: as an mp3 podcast file (Coming Soon).
“East Side Aero-Train Tracks – Serpent City
“What does it say?!” Karl Morrow shouted, his face plastered to the window in the rear door of the aero-train car. Outside the sky was the color of video static broken only by clusters of night black clouds and slashes of lightning far off in the distance. A thunder clap forced Karl to move his head away from the loud noise reverberating over the wrap around windows each car had. A long slim strip of glass encircled each car from bow to stern broken only twice: by port and starboard sets of double doors; and bow and stern interconnecting doors.
“The ‘Ocean Line’, or “O” line for short, travels the first eastern track struts laid for the aero-train and terminates at the Pacific Ocean.” Jack Mason wished he’d not used the word ‘terminate’ as he read the words of the plaque aloud, it set a hard lump in his throat. “I’m telling you there are no emergency instructions engraved here.” Jack continued, shouting from the bow door that connected their car to the next in front of them.”