“Linsora, pay attention to me,” Gordek said.
She felt the firm grip from the guards holding her up, but her head slumped forward. With Gordek standing before her, she could only stare at his boots.
Gordek had made her feel like she was in a cage. She knew it wasn’t really a cage. She knew she was still in his office. He sent fear, and her mind decided what caused it. An old memory. A memory of being enclosed by her half-brother. But did he place that memory in her mind?
She inhaled slowly, helping her heart to slow and her brain to refocus and reminding herself it was all a hallucination—that none of it was real, and none of it was dangerous—and with every breath, she felt more connected to reality.
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