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Lennox glanced down at his wrist-com again, just to be sure. This shitty
apartment block was where his friend Errytt was living? The guy was heir to
one of the nine seats of power on their home planet, Ximia. Errytt was a
billionaire for fuck’s sake! Well, his parents were.
So was Lennox, but his wealth was self-made.
Yet the apartment block he stood in front of was a boxy complex the
same dull gray as the ten other buildings in this row. Its bland exterior
appeared all the harsher because it had absolutely no windows. Sure,
viewscreens and artificial sunlight generators were bound to be inside.
was pretty standard, even in this backwater part of the five systems. Even
humans apparently had the architectural sophistication to expect that much.
But still. It was bleak. This entire section of Nova Space Station was bleak.
Nano-copy 3D-printed buildings all looked the same. Row upon row, they
marched on in neat straight lines. Just looking at it killed something in his
Shaking his head, he swiped a hand over the exterior panel and selected
apartment 298. Moments later, the familiar strong features and broad grin of
his friend Errytt appeared on the viewscreen.
“Yo, how can we—Lennox! I did not expect to see you all the way out
Lennox frowned. “I told you I’d come visit.”
Errytt scoffed. “Yeah, but who actually wants to come all the way out to
the ass end of the galaxy, right? You coming up?” The front door slid open
with a slightly concerning wheeze.
Lennox quirked a brow at the door. “Is it safe?”
Errytt’s booming laughter sounded strange through the tinny speakers of
the cheap viewscreen. “Fuck you. Get up here.”
Lennox walked through the doors, striding to the elevator and taking it up
to level two. It had been too long since he’d seen his friend. Seven months
ago Errytt’s parents had sent him out to Edgespace to learn a bit of
responsibility. They still weren’t speaking to him. So apparently he still
hadn’t learned it. Which was just like Errytt.
The door to room 298 opened before he even buzzed, and Errytt pulled
Lennox into a forceful hug he enthusiastically returned.
“Good to see you.” Lennox pulled away with a grin.
Errytt slapped him on the back. “Good to see you too. Come in.”
He followed Errytt into the apartment and looked around in disbelief at
the shabby, plain furnishings, the white, unadorned walls, and the flickering
viewscreen on the main wall of the kitchen-living area. The whole thing was
one open space, the living area and tiny kitchen. At the far end was a door
that presumably led to a bathroom. That was it.
By the nine, the fucking toilet in his hotel suite at the Aphelion was larger
than this. Okay, probably not, but close.
“Who are you? And what have you done with my friend?”
He threw himself down on the sofa, wincing as it groaned under his
considerable weight. Neither he nor Errytt were small. Both of them were
almost seven feet tall, broad shouldered, and well-built, typical for healthy
males of their species. How on Ximia was Errytt squeezing himself into these
tiny human spaces?
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