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The Lab 13's Project

By RubyBlake All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Fantasy

Chapter 1

The Lab 13’s Project

Chapter 1


On the night of the 1st of April, men came to a house, asking for a girl. The men wore suits as black as a night sky with no moon; sunglasses as dark as a room with no light. The parents offered them to come in but the men had no such interest. The only thing they wanted was the girl. The father didn’t insist and the mother left the door’s side and entered deeper into the house. She soon came back with a young girl. The girl wasn’t older than 6; her hair was the color of the night sky and her eyes, round and small, were as black as her hair.

She looked up at the tall well-built men in black standing in front of her and said nothing. The first man gave an envelope to the father; the mother let go of her youngest child’s hand, her cherished daughter. Worried the small child looked at her mother but the second man pulled her away before she could ask anything. The father hugged his wife and kissed her lightly. He whispered something in her ear before they turned around and walked inside, closing the door behind them. At the window, the little girl could see her twin brother and her cousin crying as they saw her leaving.

That was the last night where Katlyne saw her parents and family. She was the one girl with the worst life of all.

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