Previously on Linc: Linc has heard voices since he was a kid, but they’re not what they seem. He can hear other people’s thoughts, but the ability has left him friendless and homeless. A mysterious corporation, Genetitech, tracks him down and offers to train him to use his skills. He soon learns that there are others with strange power like him, and when Genetitech is raided he is forced to go onto the run with one of them.
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Moira turned back to the boat and pulled a folding knife from her pocket. When she opened up the blade it was a good four inches long and looked vicious.
"Are you gutting a deer after this? Where'd you get that thing?" Moises asked.
"Linc and I stole some of the gunmen's supplies, this was with them," Moira said and bent over to cut Moises free.
"Make sure you don't cut any arteries while you're down there," Moises said, watching her with an apprehensive look on his face.
"Stop being such a baby, I'm already done. Now let me see your hands."
While Moira freed Moises, Linc walked around to where Eva lay. Her chest was moving up and down, so at least she was still alive, but she looked like she was in a coma or something. He shook her shoulder vigorously, but she didn't respond with even so much as a groan. He said her name, but still nothing.
"Has she been out the whole time?" Moira asked Moises.
"I guess," Moises replied and shrugged. "I woke up on the boat ride over, water was getting all over my face and shit, and she hasn't said anything in that whole time. Speaking of, maybe we can just leave her here and then get the hell out? She and those assholes deserve each other."
"We're not leaving her here," Linc said.
"Fine, we're taking Carrie. Now can we get out of here?"
"We should take some more supplies before we leave," Moira said.
"Okay," Moises said with a sigh, "but can we get moving so we can get out of here. I didn't like being bound up so much."
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