You can’t let survival instinct be the boss. When you’re up on the high-wire, speed means nothing — balance is everything.
Fear is good. It sharpens your vision, keeps your blood up, forces all your sensors on full alert.
Terror is bad. It shuts you down, closes your eyes tight, freezes you in place.
If you break cover too soon, you’re an easy target. But if you rely on your camouflage, you could end up frozen in the headlights.
FOOTSTEPS OF THE HAWK