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"...'Round the World": At Halo, Jack Marlowe is talking with Edwin Dolby in bringing his interest on establishing Halonet as the Halo brand cars had become the popular demand. Cole Cash intrude on their conversation as he informs them about Zealot and is believed to have been captured by the Cod
- There's a strong possibility that we may not come back from this thing in one piece. I know that's one thing in one piece. I know that's one helluva cliched thing to say, but in this instance, I think it's appropriate. After all, there's only one thing that justifies that kind of cliche... we're going to war.
- -- Gifter
Appearing in "...'Round the World"
- Beef Boys
- Agent Orange
- Agent Addison (Dies)
- Agent Chandler
- Grand Sarin
- Donovan "Donny" Tyro
- Halo Corporation
- East L.A.
- Florida Keys
Synopsis for "...'Round the World"
At Halo, Jack Marlowe is talking with Edwin Dolby in bringing his interest on establishing Halonet as the Halo brand cars had become the popular demand. Cole Cash intrude on their conversation as he informs them about Zealot and is believed to have been captured by the Coda, as Agent Orange was also captured while reading his vital monitors that still show the latter being alive. Cole request Marlowe's aid in pushing forth a rescue operation; however, Marlowe declines as he finds it difficult for having Halo being expose due to being involve as the company's goals has becoming close. Despite Marlowe's unwillingness, Dolby surprisingly decide to help Cole. Thereafter, Cole begins recruiting the Beef Boys on the rescue mission as well.
In Florida, C.C. Rendozzo and her men finds Donovan trying to hack into the FBI's database to look for his father. After Donovan puts up a fight, he is put into a headlock and is then forced to be sedated. That night, C.C. is called by Cole into his mission as well. C.C. accepts Cole's request as she believes that staying with her son might force her to kill him and having her men keeping a close watch on Donovan under lock and key during her absence.
Back at Halo, Marlowe confronts Dolby for his real reasons for going with Cole. Dolby gives his answers to him that ever since shooting Fagin Tyro he has been having nightmares of men trying to shoot him and responded by killing them, and that accompanying Cole and accomplishing the rescue might put his nightmares to rest and move on.
In Greece, Agents Addison and Chandler are kept as prisoners of the Coda, in which the former is subsequently executed. Orange is being continuously tortured by the Coda without any effect. Zealot is also kept alive.
Back in L.A., C.C., Dolby, and the Beef Boys gathered at Cole's warehouse in East L.A. Cole reveals himself to everyone present by piloting Ladytron's body and commissioning them as his own "Covert Action Team" to wage war against the Coda.
- This book was first published on April 28, 2004.
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