Novel: Nostalgic Asylum Part 49
*Novel Rizky Siregar, Bonsernews.com author
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Late. Susan was more agile than the emaciated man. Coupled with the spice of adrenaline that helped her carry off Aaron’s bicycle, Susan’s speed was unstoppable.
The car tracks are faintly imprinted. However, it wasn’t difficult for Susan to trace it. Budi’s efforts to free a new road were successful.
A mixture of gravel, sand and asphalt lay in front of him. He pedaled a blue bicycle following the path. Susan only stopped him when the bicycle wheel rested on a field.
At the far end of the expanse of land, there was a wooden post about ten centimeters high past his head. Susan herded the bike that way. Investigating the surroundings, he searched for a latch to unlock the barrier. Nothing.
“There’s no way the car could pass,” said Susan. His suspicions that Budi had run away from Joyo’s car are fading.
He had almost given up realizing the tracks of the car stopped at the wooden crossbar. However, the ruts that had sunk deeper than before gave rise to a new idea.
That means a car circles the place over and over again. Susan also combed the side of the road that was blocked by a wooden fence.