It’s strange how accustomed you become to Drifting with someone, how familiar you become with your partner.
And then it fades away and leaves an empty void in its wake and Angela feels unbalanced, unsettled, like a set of scales weighing down too heavily on one side, like a windblown leaf without a place to land, like the lonely eagle that can’t find a current of warm air to bear it home.
She yearns for equilibrium.
- Part 1 of Drift Compatibility
In the darkness, Fareeha Amari yearns for harmony. So much is uncertain, and she is so very scared, and there is no tranquillity or calm to be found in this – in watching her mothers go to fight a different war, a war against terrible beasts.
But it is the right thing to do. And she knows that it must be them.
And one day, she knows, it will be her too.
- Part 2 of Drift Compatibility