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Alex reached him first and skidded to a halt, laying his bike on the ground. He peered at his friend's face, expecting to see blood. It was unmarked. Paulo breathed deeply and let out a snore. Alex turned away in disgust. ' It was the sound of laughing that woke Paulo. He looked around at his friends. His innocent face seemed to be waiting to be told what the joke was and they howled all the more. Paulo realized. 'Ah,' he said, dismounting from the bike. ' He pulled the bike clear of the trees, gave it a quick check for damage and pushed it back to the track.

You'll bat your eyelashes at anything--' His words became a splutter as Li upended the one surviving water bowl over his head. 'It can't have been you, Amber,' Hex was saying. ' 'I still beat you to the finish,' retorted Amber, picking up her crutch and poking him in the ribs. Hex grabbed it and yanked hard, and she fell over on top of him with a shriek, then rolled onto her back laughing. 'Listen, guys,' said John Middleton, 'I've got to go and see to something. But you should take this up properly.

Amber was on her way back from the Land Rover, the medical kit in a red bag over her shoulder. Picking her way through the throng of bodies was like walking across a crowded beach - especially difficult with crutches. People took up so much room when they sat down. And why did they all put their hands on the floor? She reached the others and dropped to her knees, lowering the medical kit to the ground. 'Doctor's here,' she said briskly. She brought out the bottle of antiseptic and a pad of cotton wool.

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