Boom Boom Kitty (Part 7, page 3 of 5)


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Part 7

‘Sorry . . . you didn’t need to see that. Come,’ he said, gesturing for them to follow him back into the kitchen. ‘You’re lucky the crash didn’t kill you. Let’s just hope Earth food and my cooking don’t, either.’

Any fear Jack had that Earth food would harm the two was allayed as both tucked into their supper with gusto. They seemed to have no trouble using the utensils. Perhaps such things were universal, he speculated. Or maybe they were just hungry.

‘Mu i na isto nai i’allima bit,’ the female with the minor cut on her head said in a quiet voice to her companion.

The other, whose hair by contrast was a golden blonde, leaned closer so that their heads were almost touching. In an equally quiet, confiding tone, she muttered, ‘Na? Pu lo anai s’olo urientima va-la kienta . . .’ she glanced briefly in Jack’s direction, then, ‘ . . . alivraintena ubietsen a sa i kieno. Urut tu lo s’amma nai.’

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