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Black Magnet 2

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A new supervillain named Alesa shows up in Southville to kill Black Magnet, aka Hazel, and Hazel has no idea what to do. Handling a new supervillain who she has no idea who it is can lead her to greater consequences than before.

Action / Drama
Rachael Fry
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Chapter 1

“Hazel, what’s taking you so long?!” Chloe called out.


Chloe, Olivia, and I were going to school for the first day. We are now juniors! My friends wanted to pick me up for the first day back at school.

“Chloe and Olivia, make sure that my little pumpkin is safe,” my mom demanded.

“We will, Mrs. Green. Don’t worry,” Olivia answered.

I rolled my eyes, knowing that I was going to be okay no matter what. We entered Olivia’s car. Chloe and I were in the back seat while Olivia was driving. Eve was in the passenger seat next to Olivia.

“So, are you guys ready for our first day back in school?” Chloe questioned us.

“Oh, I can’t wait! I mean, homecoming, football and baseball games, prom,” Olivia exclaimed.

Olivia loves planning stuff. She actually decided that she wanted to be in the Planning Committee Club this year. This was the year that us three were going to try some new things.

“Calm down, Olivia. We’re just juniors, not seniors,” Chloe said.

“Sorry, I’m just really excited!”

“It’s okay! I’m excited too; I’m just not really showing it,” I replied.

When we made it to the school, everyone was there. Well, not everyone since what happened last year. Mr. Webber greeted us at the front doors.

“Good morning, Hazel,” he said.

“Hi Mr. Webber!”

“Mr. Webber, who is going to be our new Chemistry teacher?” Olivia asked.

“Olivia, you don’t take Chemistry anymore,” Mr. Webber responded. “You take Earth Science now. The principals and I thought you would do great in that class.

“Oh, okay then who’s my Earth Science teacher?”

“Her name is Mrs. Nettercott. She is really nice. In my opinion, I think she might be nicer than me.”

“No one is nicer than you, Mr. Webber,” I said.

Mr. Webber smiled. If you don’t remember last year, Mrs. Davis, our old assistant principal, was fired and Mr. Webber is now the assistant principal. You might think that Mr. Anderson, our principal, would actually hire someone other than our teacher, but he didn’t want to waste his money on getting someone else to be the assistant principal. I don’t know if that’s true or not since that’s a little rumor that was going on towards the end of the school year.

“Well, have a nice day, you three,” he said.

We walked inside the school. Everything looked different. Last year we had white walls and blue lockers, now we have blue walls and white lockers. I actually liked last year’s hallway better than this year’s.

There was a sign on one of the lockers that said: Go to the cafeteria to get your schedule.

I mean, I wonder if everyone from last year, well probably not everyone, is here. We entered the cafeteria and boy, was it a lot of people. Let’s just say that there are a lot of freshmens this year. We sat in three close seats. Mr. Anderson and Angelina, his daughter, stood in the back of the cafeteria. Eve left and went with her friends. When the cafeteria was starting to get full, Mr. Anderson decided to hurry up and say something.

“Good morning Southville students! It’s nice to see all of our sophomores, juniors, and seniors. It’s nice to see you guys again. Let’s give a warm welcome to our new freshmans. It’s nice to see you all!” he greeted.

People started to clap for the freshmans.

“Now, let’s get started. I’m going to call out your name. When I do, come up here and Angelina will give you your schedule. Let’s start off with our new freshmans.”

Oh no, Angelina hates me! She hates me even more after her friends left Southville High School. Just because I fought off Dr. Arrow, aka Liam, doesn’t mean I have something to deal with their parents making them leave the school. She’s just being overdramatic. Mr. Anderson started calling off names. When he got to the G’s in the junior section, I was so ready.

“Aria Grant,” he said.

Aria walked towards Angelina and she gave Aria her schedule. She left and went to her new locker.

“Hazel Green.”

I stood up and walked towards Angelina. She glared at me, then she smiled. Her smirk was like an evil villain thinking of an evil plan.

She whispered, “Good luck on your first day.”

I snatched my schedule out of her hand and walked to my locker. I can’t believe my locker number is C-37! I mean, the number thirty seven is the worst number you could ever get in my school! Years after years, bad things happened to people using this locker. If it was drowning or getting ran over by a car on accident, you wouldn’t live. People hated getting this locker because they were scared of dying. They even talked to Mr. Anderson and asked him if they could get another locker. If he said no, that person would leave the school immediately before anything bad happened. I was probably going to be okay since I have my electrical magnetism power.

When I made it to my cursed locker, I noticed a poster on the wall next to it. It said: Planning Committee Club for Homecoming in September. Orientation Today After Class at 5.

This was perfect! I should tell Olivia about it! I ran back into the cafeteria.
They’ve gotten into Olivia’s section. Mr. Anderson called her name and Angelina handed her the schedule. She started walking towards me.

“Olivia, I have some exciting news!” I exclaimed.

“What is it?”

“The Planning Committee Club is starting tonight at 5! You should go!”

“Oh, well I can’t,” she said.

“What, why? You wanted to join!” I questioned her.

“We have softball practice tonight. I need to be there, so I can do good in our game tomorrow,” she explained.

“Olivia, we all agreed that we were going to try new things this year and you wanted to be part of the Planning Committee Club.”

“I know, but I can go to their club any other day. We don’t have games every single day of the week. I rather go to our practice than go to the club,” Olivia stated.

“Our game is tomorrow! You can practice later tonight. The club ends at six. Plus, this is orientation! You might not be able to join the club after this.”

She sighed and looked back at me. “I’ll go tonight, but I will only stay there for thirty minutes, no more than that!”

“Great! You’re gonna love the club, I know it.”

Olivia noticed that I was standing next to my locker.

“Don’t tell me you have-”

“Locker #37? Yes, I do,” I interrupted.

“Are you going to be okay?”

“Yeah, I’m going to be alright.”

We waited for Chloe and then we went to our first class. After school was over, Olivia drove me home since I didn’t have my car. When she dropped me off, I waved goodbye and unlocked the front door. I entered the house and I saw my mom at the kitchen counter with her glass of wine, an envelope in front of her.

“Hey mom, what’s wrong?” I asked.

She looked up at me, tears running down her face. I ran towards her and hugged her. I knew something was wrong and I wanted to comfort her.

“Y-You’re grandparents d-died this m-morning,” she stammered.


“Your grandfather died from a stroke and your grandmother died from the traumatic experience,” mom explained. “I’m so sorry, Hazel.”

I can’t believe it! The only grandparents that were ever in my life died. Those grandparents were my mom’s parents. They were always there ever since I was born and always took care of me when sometimes my mom and dad couldn’t.

“Mom, when is the funeral?” I asked.


“Shouldn’t there be a funeral?”

“Yeah, but Elena decided to take care of it.”

Elena is my aunt, aka my mom’s sister. She lives in Philadelphia and she only comes to Southville for the holidays and birthdays.

“Mom, I’m going to go upstairs and stay in my room for a little while,” I said.

“That’s okay. I’ll just watch the news while drinking some wine.”

I walked upstairs and into my room. I closed the door behind me. I was so devastated! Hearing that the only grandparents that were there for me throughout my childhood died is one of the worst thing that I, nor my mom, could ever hear. I laid in my bed and called Olivia and Chloe. Only Chloe picked up.

“Hey Hazel, what’s up?” Chloe asked.

“Hey, where’s Olivia?”

“She went to the Planning Committee Club afterschool, don’t you remember?” she answered.

“Oh yeah!” I said, starting to recall what happened.

“So, why did you call me?”

“My grandparents died this morning.”

“Oh Hazel, I’m so sorry. Are you okay?” she questioned me.

“Yeah, I’m alright.”

“What are you going to do? Do they have a funeral?”

“I don’t know what I’m going to do without them. They were my world! Me going to the funeral is too much for me,” I answered.

“Hazel, you loved your grandparents so much, right?”


“Then I think they would want you to come to their funeral. If it’s too much for you, then you don’t have to go, but I think they would expect you to be there. Olivia and I will be by your side at the funeral if you need us,” Chloe explained.

I smiled, knowing she was right. My grandparents have been there for me since I was born. I should at least make it to their funeral.

“Okay, I’ll go,” I said.

“Good, your grandparents will be happy that you’ll be able to make it.”

We said goodbye and then we hung up. Even though my grandparents died, I’m still me. Sure, crying in my bed for a week won’t be that bad, right?

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