My trip to Scotland was eventful, to say the least.
I'm not entirely sure I should have come, but in some ways things worked out better than expected.
The Colony Operation has been stopped again. Zoe told me that all information related to the Colony Formula has been destroyed for good.
Ewan is gone. He was taken into custody, and I can honestly say I have no more information.
It seems like he was just a guy who felt small, who was tricked into doing the bidding of strangers who made him feel important.
He never had the tools he needed. That's why he had to lure me in.
I'll give him this, he knew how to get my attention.
Revenant is still out there, but for now they're on the run.
I don't think that's my fight, anyway. At least not for a while.
I think Zoe will be able to manage without me.
Speaking of, last i heard Zoe was working with Alec to track down his sister.
With those two working together it's only a matter of time, before she's brought home safely.
It seems that's just the next stop in Zoe's mission to expose and bring down Revenant.
She was a huge task in front of her, but from what I've seen of Zoe's work, Revenant's not plenty too worry about.
Alec's brush in Revenant has pushed him to set aside his work as a skiptracer.
In the course of tracking down his sister, he made some connections with Cathedral,,,and not surprisingly, the rest of that is classified.
Moira seemed happy to see me, and to her credit, I really believe she wants to make up for her betrayal of your trust.
It's strange, I expected to be angry with Moira, but I'm not.
I know her motivations were good, even though her actions weren't.
And I see how much she misses you. I think I should keep in touch with her.
I think that's what you would do.
And I guess the last part of the trip is you.
I found the letter you wrote all those years ago.
I don't know what else to say.
I think I was so desperate to solve the mystery of your accident,,,that I found I already knew what mattered.
I knew who you were. I've known that my whole life.
I see you when I look in the mirror, And at Dad, and at everything you loved.
And I hear your song, whenever the world is quiet enough.
I'm headed home to see Dad and everyone else.
I'll write you again.
And I will find the rest of those letters, even if it takes a lifetime!
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