“You’re a quick learner. I like that. Maybe you weren’t such a dud after all.” The woman kept talking as she walked. Casey and Zack had to move fast along the corridor to keep up. Casey had been called a few names in her short life but being referred to as a dud came closest to being the rudest anybody had ever been to her.
“Hey, I’m doing really well, if you’re interested…” she trailed off as it was clear she wasn’t being listened to.“Whatever. Give us the information and you will be allowed back to your little life. Possibly.”
“Again with this information,” said Casey, getting increasingly madder the longer she spent around the woman, “I’m telling you, I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
“Well, you will in a moment,” said the woman as she led them forward. “And your friend too.”
Casey looked over at Zack and noticed he had started to sweat. She suspected he knew more than she did, but was not in the mood to be lied to again and asked him nothing.
“The information we need,” said the woman, opening a nondescript door, “is how to crack this code.”The door swung open.
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