The elevator seemed to go down forever, and in my imagination, we were descending into hell. I wondered if the Captain was alright. I hoped so. He was high up on my list of favourite people.
I wasn’t even afraid anymore; I was in too much pain to care about little details such as my own death. Eve grinned. “You’re such a little treasure. Stumbling upon you really made this my lucky day. Except, I don’t believe in luck.”
She banged me against the wall, just because she could, and continued indifferently, “Such a valuable little animal. Everyone else will risk their lives for you, and go out of their way to let you keep yours.”
Turning her gaze towards Adam, she spat out, “These humans are truly pathetic. Emotional, ridiculous, and you let yourself sink to their level!”