It took us months to prepare. Perenelle was carefully preparing little packed with her belongings and had Nicolas send them away in little groups. He was sending mails to some obscure people in Praha to make sure that everything would be ready when we arrived. He said that he trusted them, so I had too even though I had a bad feeling about all the changes going on in the house. Part of the day was still reserved for our research and my understanding of science but the rest was dedicated to classify Nicolas research carefully in a way that only him could understood and putting them away to be send to Praha.
If the content of those papers was so important not to fall into bad hands, I couldn’t understand how he was able to let it go with perfect strangers.
“You see it’s safer, people are expecting me to transport the important information with me and to just let go by mailing unimportant papers.” He answered to my questions.
“I’m not too sure about that”, I said putting. I was tired of clearing up the dust on old book and to try determining if they were valuable or not just to have him do it again after me.
“That’s the way you thought about it however”, Nicolas said.
I didn’t bother to contradict him but in my point of view, if I had been one of the guy wanting the stone I would have intercepted everything going out of his house with or without Nicolas and would have searched it carefully.
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