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Ninja Nina

By artsoccer

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Going Back in Time

Alfie's pov: "Nina!" Fabian screams as she falls to the ground and doesn't get up. Why don't I back up a little so that you know what's going on. Let's see I could start when Nina first came to our school, but that would be too far and besides you already know that story. I know I'll start the story on the first day back to Anubis house for junior year. Let's see, Nina had arrived a few hours ago, we were all talking and sharing our summer stories when two new kids came in. "Hello dearies I'm Trudy the house mother," I heard Trudy say as a greeting to the new kids. "Ah Mr. Brown you will be rooming with Mr. Lewis and Mr. Clark. Miss Corming you will be rooming with Miss Millington and Miss Martin," Victor said. What I didn't know at the time was that these two newbies would change my life and all the lives of the other boarders at Anubis house forever.

Nina's pov: The rest of the house and I went to go meet the newbies. When I saw their bracelets I realized that I knew them. "Nina Martin is that you?" Clare asked. "I haven't seen you two in years," I said. "Wait you guys know each other?" Patricia asked. "Ya we used to be best friends in America," John said. "Until you two moved to England," I added. "Aren't you going to introduce us Nina?" John asked. "Of course," I said pointing to everyone in turn, "Fabian, Amber, Patricia, Eddie, Alfie, Mara, Joy, and Jerome meet Clare and John." One thing I knew is that I had to put my bracelet back on and join Clare and John again in our fight against evil as ninjas.

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