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Disaster 51- The secret service

By Zara Wellham All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Action

Chapter 1: Before the call

Music class, it was there favorite class of the day. Considering the rest was made up of Maths and P.E, Riley Kudirka grinned at his fellow classmates, holding the fresh black maker in the air as he clambered onto the table.

"My time to shine!"He said making the kids chuckle at his enthusiasm to write on the whiteboard up high where there leacher Mr Lamb couldn't reach.

"Is anyone but me Abbie and Mia going on the trip to France next February?"Amy Robinson asked, everyone put there hands up.

Amy and Abbie robinson were twins. Both bearing heads of bright ginger hair and blue eyes. Much to there disappointment, they were short- too short for there age in fact.

"You know Lamb will remove that"Jade Dodd said rolling her eyes at Riley who poked his tongue out at the girl.

Jade was a tall girl with dyed blond hair, lounging in her uniform and some trainers, she was relaxed with the class, adjusting her glasses while lying on a table, her arm swinging off the table.

"But Roots-"Riley used Jades hated nickname for her old hairstyle- but that is another story in whole though.

"-He can't reach this! He would have to get an NBA basketball player to remove it!"

Riley jumped down, turning and grinning at his handy work before two other students Cameron McCarley and Mia Watanabe began to chuckle at his spelling mistakes which made the boy pout.

"Don't worry mate I wouldn't have done any better than you, thought I could write it without having to stand on the table".

"Stop being such an ass Mia"Aimee Neal said smirking while she rolled her eyes at the other girl.

Aimee was a tall girl with a nice smile, legally blonde, she was known for the humor of the class when it comes to facial expressions.

"Being an ass?"Mia mused, sitting on her table, back against the wall but hearing a noise, she jumped from the table.

Her steel toecap boots hit the floor with a thud as she quieted everyone and moved towards the door.

"What are we doing?"Aimee asked but went quiet when Mia gave her a look that could kill.

She pressed a finger to her lips and motioned to the door as she stood behind it- only muttering one word.

"Hide"

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