“You stuck to the story we agreed on?” Cat asked.
“Yes. A fae somehow snuck onto the train and murdered five people. In pursuit, I stumbled upon the unconscious body of a young woman- two completely unrelated situations. Both her attacker and the fae escaped out the back of the train, and then an earthquake hit. Do you think that’s believable enough, though?”
“It’s more believable than what actually happened. I can’t wait until the Society grabs the official report of this whole thing for us. I wonder if all three incidents are related, especially since this track doesn’t run through any quake zones. Plus I definitely saw more than five body bags.”
“It seems like too good of a coincidence, but other than that I have no clue. I highly doubt that thing was actually a fae though. Ughh,” Julia groaned, “I can’t believe I packed up my hoop and everything! At least I had Yuli, my greatest weapon.”
Yuli smiled in a way that neither dogs nor foxes should smile, “Yes.” Their voice was a perfect imitation of Julia’s.
“It's not your fault. Nobody knew all that shit was about to happen,” Cat said, “Although, if that thing wasn’t a fae, then-”
“What a mess,” a disgruntled voice interrupted him. He looked up to see Julia’s sibling, Dr. Asmeret Morevna.