The plane zoomed upward again in a climb that was swift and straining, until he leveled it out with another harsh shout at McWatt and wrenched it around once more in a roaring, merciless forty-five-degree turn that sucked his insides out in one enervating sniff and left him floating fleshless in mid-air until he leveled McWatt out again just long enough to hurl him back around toward the right and then down into a screeching dive.
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The late nights and drugs were so enervating, she couldn’t hold on to her job.
Other nights she could sleep for eighteen drugged hours and wake, enervated, hardly able to stand.