In the custody of the enforcer corps, Jazz is facing a long stint in the mallow mines. But the jokes on them, because the magical stone in her belly is about to backlash, causing her a horrific and painful death and robbing them all of the pleasure of turning her into a slave.
Jazz just barely managed her way back to Nittsburg all in one piece, but DJ wasn’t as lucky. As sooner as they crossed the border, Jazz was been taken into custody by the enforcer corps. On her way to the magistrate with the Not Now Stone kicking up a serious fuss, she has only minutes to get to her office and scrub the stone in her old pickle jar of solution. But the enforcer corps, the magistrate, and practically everyone else doesn’t like Jazz a bit, and would love to see her do a stint in the mallow mines.
Her only consolidation is that if she doesn’t get the stone scrubbed, she’ll suffer a terrible and painful death long before she can be sentenced.
RyFT Brand is one of the pen names of writer Robert F Thompson. He lives, writes, wonders, and wanders from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His first novel, A Book of Beginnings was published in 2001. he's just so weird.