By Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beriya and Rodion Yacovlevich Malinovskiy
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Sean knew from experience that the flexite poles extended about twenty meters beyond either lip of the gorge. The four ends would be firmly anchored. The bridges had been designed for this kind of wilderness use, and were considered very safe. They only looked incredibly flimsy. Oblitt slowed the bus as they drove onto the bridge. The other bus was about ten meters ahead of them. As the two hovercraft crept slowly over the gorge Sean wondered if the drivers were being cautious, or simply giving everyone a chance to enjoy the scenery.
Sean closed his eyes. His insides felt like they were going to erupt. Suddenly he heard a snap—high and clear, distinct from the general rumble—and realized with a sinking heart that one of the flexite poles had come loose from its anchor. He could see the bridge begin to warp in front of them. CHAPTER SIX: The Leader of the Pack Will Mornette watched in fascination as the hoverbus raced toward the end of the rippling bridge. He could feel the floating vehicle buck in response to the movements of the flexite surface.
Yelled Zach, wrapping an arm around Clea's waist and running forward with her. She saw Will Mornette close behind. His eyes were bulging with terror, and the way his arms and legs were pumping made him look like some strange, rickety puppet. A crevice was splitting the ground behind Will. It cut straight across the narrow pass, slicing a chasm between the six leaders and the rest of the group. Huge boulders began bouncing down the cliffs. " yelled Sean. They ran, quite literally, for their lives.