Can anyone tell me if this text makes sense? There are some points that I want to come across, but they are not suppose to be entirely obvious. Also, this is in the middle of the prologue so this is not how the chapter starts. Directly below her she watches as shattered families prepare their meals and rest for the journey ahead, most of them having lost either one or several of their family members. She raises an eyebrow when seeing the blue eyes of a women together with a man of red eyed decent, a union that was blasphemous not too long ago. Even when the old society is all but broken, she doesn't fail to notice such contradiction. To her left she finds another family, a father with a small child. The child asks. “How much longer will we be walking?” “As long as we need to son.” “But where are we going?” The father pauses for a few seconds and instead says. “Do you remember back at our country when we were going to grandmothers, but we were delayed because of the wind?” “Yes?” “...and then the ship had mechanical problems and we had to land in a different city but the day ended up great anyway?” The child nods. “Well this is kind of like this, something unexpected happened and now we have to make the best of things.” “Except there is no turning back,” a man says while glancing towards the family. Taken by the intensity of the man's eyes, she cannot but stare as as his yellow eyes reflects the fiery and smouldering destruction happening in the distance. Realising that she finds beauty in something so awful she looks away.