Elmer Albatross

Author: Huey Laforet (Immortal, Terrorist)

Next Chapter - The Girl Called Sylvie Lumiere, Immortal


The day before Huey Laforet's plan is put into motion, he thinks of Elmer C. Albatross and writes down his thoughts on Elmer - his friend and the only person whom he considers to be 'human.'

Included in his writings are musings on Elmer's past as a living sacrifice, and a recollection of how Elmer had laughed in 1705 as he recounted his abuse in and loss of faith in God. Huey admits that he had felt a tiny bit envious of Elmer's happiness at the time, and that he had laughed in front of another person for the first time in his life after the exchange. He adds that he has much more to write, but notes that the "FBI's minions" have arrived outside. He remarks that Victor is "unexpectedly impatient," but the rest of the sentence is cut off.


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