By Alan Dean Foster
Followed by means of his devoted minidrag Pip and a so much tricky alien referred to as Abalamahalamatandra -- Ab for brief -- Flinx set out for Alaspin, the ruggedly primitive homeworld of his flying snake.There he was hoping to discover the enormous guy with the gold earring who one way or the other held the most important to Flinx's mysterious prior and to the unusual powers he possessed. Chasing down his background used to be difficulty adequate, yet Flinx did not understand what genuine hassle was once till he learned that the Qwarm -- a dangerous murderer squad -- have been 3 steps in the back of him with a freelance to kill.But the minidrag's homeworld didn't provide security and Flinx had a negative time simply staying alive ... a question advanced to no suggest measure through a collapsar already set on an unstoppable loss of life path around the galaxy!
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There was nothing deceptive about the soft voice that issued from beneath the heavy shrouds, though. It was sibilant in a way the taller man could almost place. " the shrouded one asked. No casual greeting, no hopeful hello to waste time. No exchange of names. " A finger rubbed at an upper lip and obliterated an itch. Hairless lids blinked once.
The insect noted the slaver's gaze, "No, you do not know me. We have never met before. " An impressed Mormis realized that his questioner was speaking perfect Terrangio instead of the galactic lingua franca, symbospeech. Few thranx could master the smooth vowels of mankind's principal language. For the first time a little of the tenseness left him. Violent beings were usually not this well educated. " "We require some information," the Insect responded, showing no inclination to reveal either his name or that of his human associate.
Both guards moved solemnly aside; they watched as Flinx and his odd charge loped up the corridor. Neither turned to watch or listen as additional execration continued to fall on the unfortunate Belcom. Though he had studied hard the past year and a half, Flinx was still no pilot. But most craft were so complex that manual operation was out of the question for all but the most skilled individuals, and the shuttiecraft he settled into was no exception. So it was fully fitted out with automatic controls.
Adventures of Pip and Flinx 03, End Of The Matter by Alan Dean Foster