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“No,” Alison said. “You can’t do that.”
Klein turned to face her, a mischievous glint in his eye.
He had known Alison for the major portion of her life and had been just as impressed by her inherent genius as the others she had come into contact with. As such, he also respected her opinion. Hearing it would not change his mind, not for one second of that time which was now proving itself to be so very controllable, but he was interested in hearing her thoughts anyway.
“And why can’t we, Alison? Why can’t we send somebody back?”
Alison’s eyes narrowed, one step away from scorn. There was a healthy smattering of disgust within them as well and for once she didn’t mind showing it, Klein or no Klein.
She looked at the image of Charlie, still flickering high above a desert landscape, then back to her boss.
“Because it would be the worst idea in a long history of really bad ideas.”
With her long brown hair, as ever, pulled tight against her scalp and small horn-rimmed spectacles accentuating her eyes, Alison had never looked more serious in her life. No mean feat.
“And quite probably the single most pointless thing that mankind has ever achieved.”