Kane couldn’t shake the feeling of familiarity in the enemy’s voice
“I’m not here to kill you. I don’t even want to seriously hurt you, because my real contention is
with the errant young Sam.”
“He likes to call himself Enlil, now,” Kane corrected. He struggled to focus his eyes, but the shove of a warm, human-feeling hand left him swinging. “You want Enlil, so you do what...lure us out here to hang us up like beef?”
“The enemy of my enemy is...”
“Let me see your damn face!” Kane growled.
“Touchy, touchy,” the Thrush-thing replied. He stepped back and, finally, Kane’s vision was clear enough and focused enough for him to see that the metallic-toned voice had come from his own face. Hard, predator-sharp blue eyes glinted to match the cruel smile on the doppelganger Kane’s lips. It was identical to him, right down to the amount of scruffy beard growth on his jaw and the faint remnant of a scar on his cheek.
Look for Reality Echo available February 9th, 2010, wherever books are sold.