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This chapter is quite a bit shorter than usual, and I apologize. I just liked the ending, and I've been too busy when writing it to find anything else to add.
We start with a dream. Boy, I sure do like those, don't I? Not only that, but I seem to have a thing for doppelgangers...not sure why. Could be that I like Gen's interpretation of inner conflict as a theme in general, and doppelgangers are a very literal representation of that. Also, in case you're curious, the landscape Gen was looking over in her dream was turn of the century Russia. Why? I don't know. I just got it in my head that in that scene, I needed it to be a Russian village.
Again, we have Gen not calling Levi. I'm really glad procrastination fits in with her character because otherwise I'd have a hard time keeping her from talking to him (it's all a shameless attempt to keep her from knowing yet what he saw last night with Sage).
Did I mention I liked the end? I seriously hope no one saw that coming (at least not before this chapter). But I would think people should be making some connections now to a scene early in the first chapter. So? Are we there yet?
"She wrapped evil around her like a large, evil Mexican serape."
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