“It’s a real honor to you, Mr. Dreamfinder.” said Dr. Channing with ecstasy. “You, as well, Figment.”
The moment Dr. Nigel Channing comes in with his pleasant attitude, everyone but Rachel starts to feel a deceiving sense of warmth in him. His attitude seems harmless enough to describe him as one of the friendliest people alive. Even the handshake he has with both Figment and Dreamfinder gives away the amiable personally he must have.
“I cannot tell you how much I have always admired your work and your story and how much I wanted to meet you and get to know you. That is, before and after the incident that happened the last time you were here.”
“Yes, yes. That was quite a mess,” said Dreamfinder, with a blush of embarrassment “but the fear receded and everything worked out all right in the end.”
“It has indeed! And even better, since the past events we’ve been co