So many thoughts to muddle through. Psychics have got it rough.
Also, I cant stop seeing the silhouettes dancing
How much time has passed since the last scene (the diner)?
It's not how she can read minds, but how they seem to find her so fast that stretches my suspension of disbelief.
From what we were shown, after leaving the diner she hit the road. It looked like an isolated, lonely road, at that. And she eventually settled on an old barn to spend the night. Unless they were tracking her from satellite observation since the diner, how'd they find her or keep track of her?
If this was a manhunt for, say, a lost child or a criminal, it could take even dozens of people searching the countryside DAYS to find someone - depending on various factors, such as the terrain and if they were trying to hide.
BTW: What's a security camera doing inside a typical diner? Maybe it's because of the rural area where I grew up, but I have a hard time picturing that. Gas station? Sure. But a diner?
@xpacetrue: Yeah, it's really odd that they came up on her so quickly. How'd they locate her? Does the corporation have personnel all over Louisiana? Do they have other psychics that are tracking her?
More double-Ns in Louisiana. I'm sorry to nitpick, I probably wouldn't even notice if I didn't have such a strong attachment to the place myself ;)
Great stuff so far, obsessively reading it! Came here from Erfworld.