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Monday, October 25, 2010

Part 10 Troubles at work

David really didn’t pay much attention to the popular press mainly the business section when he had time, and since the news of MR Blanc early release was more local London news the release of his brother went un noticed. What David had of noticed was the down turn in brewery business caused by a few investments turned sour and the spate of bureaucratic hurdles the company was encountering in foreign countries.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Part 9 Mr. Blanc is released

It happened like magic. Mr Blanc woke up and knew how to fix his plight. The veil that covered his thought had been lifted.

Mr Blanc set the wheels in motion almost immediately. First a letter to a journalist who wouldn’t dare let him down and then contact with Prime Minister Hollowman.

That should get some speedy results.

And he was right………….

Mr. Blanc was released later that month.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Part 8 The Epiphany stones makes a decision.

The E Stone had always been able to manipulate mankind from its cradle in Africa. The climate and the vastness seemed to make it more aware of its surroundings.

The Epiphany stone knew it wasn’t as strong as it had been in the past, losing the human form of James had helped , so to had the company of Marcel and the Abbey but it knew it was only getting weaker.

The climate was one factor, the moderate climate of the North of France was always going to be a drain ; this and the constant good luck of David and the incarceration of Mr Blanc had brought it down to new lows. It could feel things giving way, one major problem was that it was sure if it had control anymore?

Drastic action had to be taken to correct the balance and it meant letting go and formulating a new plan.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Part 7 Marcel notices something

Marcel had been noticing for some time now that the Epiphany Stone didn’t shine as brightly and its voice was never as clear or as loud as it had been when he first held it.

It was like it was going out.