“There’s a long technical name for this device,” Miss Trigton said, “but it’s for measuring psychic ability, so we’ll call it the Psychic Meter for now.” The men pulled the sheet off the object, revealing a glass tube that was about a metre long. It was suspended in a frame with wheels, and Alex could see measurements of some kind engraved on the side.
Further frustration lays in store for Alex as he begins to test the boundaries of his power, and finds out just how much he can and can't do.
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Music: “The Descent”, "Comfortable Mystery", Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).
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