Death Sentence: Escape from Furnace 3

Death Sentence: Escape from Furnace 3

Alexander Gordon Smith

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 0312674414

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Alex's second attempt to break out of Furnace Penitentiary failed. This time, his punishment will be much worse than before. Because in the hidden, bloodstained laboratories beneath the prison, he will be made into a monster. As the warden pumps something evil into his veins―a sinisterly dark nectar―Alex becomes what he most fears . . . a superhuman minion of Furnace. How can he escape when the darkness is inside him? How can he lead the way to freedom if he is lost to himself?

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my head, and when your worst fears are paraded endlessly before you, how can you force your mind away? I don’t know how long I was in there before the images started to seep from the screen, suspended in the air as though I was wearing 3D glasses. It was like the madness of what I was seeing was too much to be contained; it overflowed its origins and polluted everything around it. I knew I was hallucinating, that the nectar was making me see things that weren’t there, but as the punches flew,

‘Sorry,’ he said. ‘I would have waited for a better time but, you know … Once it’s on the way up there ain’t no stopping it.’ I put a hand under his armpit and eased him gently up. The siren was even louder out here, and I could hear the stamp of booted feet on stone. But this time I knew what to do. So did Zee. ‘You thinking what I’m thinking?’ he asked. ‘What’s that?’ ‘The Wookiee gambit,’ he answered with a smile. I didn’t have a clue what he was talking about, but somewhere in my head a

He lurched towards me, and for a moment I saw murder in his eyes, as though he thought I was responsible for what had happened, or he wanted to take it out on the nearest thing to a blacksuit he had. To my relief he barged past and slammed a fist against the elevator doors, seeming to swallow all his emotions in one stuttered gulp before turning to face the yard. ‘Now what?’ he asked, his voice shaky but his tone firm. ‘That shouldn’t have …’ said Zee quietly. ‘It … The armed response was

said Simon, his voice laced with fear. ‘No way, man. We lay low, wait for … wait until …’ I watched his face fall as he realised there was no help coming. He’d heard the warden as clearly as I had. Everyone in Furnace was paying the price for our attempt at freedom. Those creatures had their orders. They wouldn’t leave until every last living thing in general population had stopped breathing, until we’d all been executed. ‘Alex,’ he said softly. ‘If you go down there then you’ll die. You’re

jackets and gas masks and carrying a bundle of rags between them. They looked right at me but there was no trace of emotion in their eyes as they dumped the heavy rags onto a motionless pile on the floor. The guards strolled along the row of cages, breathing loudly through the contraptions strapped to their faces. As they got nearer I was surprised to see that they were younger than I’d assumed, maybe in their twenties, but there was something in the lines around their foreheads and the dull

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