This time, though, I still watch the world around me.
I do not enter another dream, another little house on a prairie; I'm still right here. My stomach tingles as my awareness expands, and it almost feels like I'm flying, the city spread out before me. This must be the omniscience Teruya told me was possible. Dark wonder quickens my pulse as I stare down upon what's starting to look more like a field of black and red flowers—of smoke and fire—than LA. Even still, I can't do much more than observe and listen. I'm his battery, not to mention his eyes and ears in the physical world while he tries to break through to the kaiju's mind. If something happens, he'll see it through my ... Please subscribe to keep reading.
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