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Aplicaciones y plugins. Desktop Google Chrome Windows 8. Plugin W. Media Player Winamp. Mi perfil Enviar letra Mensajes Editar Salir. Editar playlist. She stood up and headed for the nearby wall, looking over her shoulder as she evaded waiters and dancing patrons. The wall was flooded with crisscrossing lights in different shades of red and amber, and she turned to face him under a dragon-shaped wall sconce. Moglia gave her own cheek a theatrical slap.
Well, I Friended him last month and lo and behold he accepted. Are you sitting down? No matter. Are you ready for this? Musical theater high school kids. Moglia said. Which means he may want to see you for the show! Ben felt a momentary rush. It was hard not to be swept up in the enthusiasm.
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Moglia was a dreamer. Ben turned to see Ariela waving at them. He waved back. He felt sweat beading on his forehead.
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Moglia was so happy; he wanted to feel happy too. This was supposed to be a great night. The music, the lights, the food, and Ms. He tried. You can tell me.
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He thought for a moment. What the hell. Everybody was going to know sooner or later, especially now that Niko knew. Though not much chance to sing and dance, I guess. Moglia tossed back her head and laughed.
And tell her the good news. Ariela had run out of the restaurant barefoot and was halfway across the parking lot with a notion to walk all the way home, when Ben had found her and talked her into his car, where she was now sitting, a shoeless prisoner. He had been yammering away with Ms.
And now here she was, trapped, driving into a parking lot at Jones Beach like a nighttime hookup in the dunes, and all she wanted to do was walk into the surf and keep going. How could you do this? How could you think of doing this? Tell me this is a joke, Ben. Tell me this is something Niko made up. He was standing on the other side of the car now, his eyes brimming. I was going to let you have the night. What is that supposed to mean? You were going to humor me, let me bask unknowing in the innocent glow of this, the pinnacle of my high school career—all the while you and that jackass Niko pitying me, laughing behind my back at my ignorance!
And then what—tomorrow morning you call me? You were killer as Maria! Ariela turned her back. Looking at his face upset her too much. She began walking toward the ocean. The waves were calm, washing into the shore with confident little slaps. A couple of sandpipers followed the edge of the backwash, and a seagull swooped down loudly, making off with a Skittles wrapper.
She could hear Ben padding behind her.
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He was a sensible guy to the last, and he was going to let her have some space. That was his modus operandi—do whatever the hell he felt like, and then let everyone else reel while he waited. And then Manhattan. And then Omaha. Ariela spun around. She felt short of breath.
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And I knew I had to do it. So I figured I would just wait. She looked into his soft, expressive face. She could identify every emotion that was washing over it, one by one—he was embarrassed, resolute, wronged, sympathetic, protective, confused, afraid. As much as she hated him this minute, he amazed her. As she had watched other guys morph painfully into creaky, pimplified approximations of manhood, Ben had slid by them, arriving there quietly without losing the softness of a boy.
There was blood on the roadway.
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The bus driver was sitting in the open doorway of his vehicle, head in his hands. There were still passengers on the bus, reluctant to admit that they would need to transfer, loaded down with shopping and unable to think beyond their own concerns. Two uniformed officers were taking statements, the witnesses only too happy to fulfil their roles in the drama. One of the uniforms looked at Rebus and gave a nod of recognition.
Rebus just nodded back. There was nothing for him to do here, no part he could usefully play. He made to cross the road, but noticed something lying there, untouched by the slow crawl of curious traffic. He stooped and picked it up. It was a mobile phone. The injured pedestrian must have been holding it, maybe even using it. There was either severe trauma, or else the victim was already dead. Rebus glanced down at the phone. It was unscathed, looked almost brand new. Strange to think such a thing could survive where its owner might not.
Then he looked at it again, noting that there were words on its display screen. Looked like a text message. Along the top ran the number of the caller; looked like another mobile phone. Plus time of call: Rebus nodded slowly and walked over to the bus driver, crouched down in front of him. The man was in his fifties, head shaved but with a thick silvery beard. His hands shook as he lifted them away from his eyes.
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Shaking his head slowly. The driver nodded. Reading a message maybe? He walked to the back of the bus, stepped out into the road, and waved down the first taxi he saw. Rebus sat in the waiting area of the Western General Hospital. When a dazed-looking woman was led in by a nurse, and asked if she wanted a cup of tea, he got to his feet. The woman sat herself down, twisting the handles of her shoulder-bag in both hands, as if wringing the life out of them.
Rebus sat down next to the woman.