Get Free Copy

100 free copies left

This novel is limited to 100 free copies due to its part in Inkitt’s Novel Contest.

0
Free copy left
You can read our best books
Lynn_M would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review

Secret Untold

By Lynn_M

Drama

Are you okay?

Noisy. The regular sound of chattering welcomed him when he entered the classroom. Sighed slightly he sat on his chair, ignored the stares of his best friends.

“Are you okay?”

He shrugged it off. He really didn’t want to respond to anything around him. Everything was annoying. The chattering, their laugh, the jokes. Every sound he heard sounded mocking him. He wanted to puke.

A sudden nausea attacked him when somebody accidentally touched his nape. He closed his eyes before started to dash out of the classroom. He threw everything in his stomach out on the sink. The gurgling sound of the flowing water sounded like a sarcastic laughter in his ears. He saw his own reflection in the mirror in front of him. The shadow was smirking at him, laughed at him in silence, and mocked his foolishness.

He closed his eyes, tried hard to erase the annoying smirk in front of him, before slowly moved out of the rest room to meet the empty hallway. Slowly he walked out the building. The breeze of the winter air welcomed him once again. Instead of freezing, he felt freshen. The cold wind which touched his skin calmed his mind. He stopped in an abandoned park and sat down on a bench. He smiled slightly. “Only stupid people roamed around in a park in this freezing day.” He said it to himself.

“Then you are one of those stupid.”

He turned around and found Ren stared at him.

“What are you doing here? Came to school late then suddenly ran away before it even started. I thought we’re going to graduate together.”

Yamato again only smiled slightly. There’s no more than that. No words came out from his mouth. He really didn’t want to talk with anybody right now.

Sighed, Ren took a seat beside him. “I’ve told you that you can tell me everything, haven’t I?”

Yamato snorted. “I really don’t want to talk about anything with anybody right now. So just let me alone, please.”

“No.” Ren snapped quickly. “If I let you alone in this kind of state, you will start a fight with somebody out there. Remember what happened few months ago? There’s no way I will let you roam around with a very unfriendly face of yours right now.”

“Whatever.” With that Yamato stood up and started to walk away again.

Ren followed him. Inside his heart he had an urge of feeling to grab him and forced him to tell him everything but half of his heart told him to just let him be. After the incident which made him spent a night in jail, Yamato became more silent than usual. It was not that he was a talkative before, but lately he became more silent than he was. It looked like he always tried to spend his time all by himself. Stayed alone in the rooftop almost all the time, not interested in everything they discussed in the classroom. Everybody found him tried to avoid them. They just looked at each other when he rejected their offer to do anything together. No one tried to offense because when they did it he would always dash out the classroom and never came back.

He was in a difficult time, give him space.

Kuraki always said that to defend him. But Ren knew that something was going on. Something really bad was happening, and he needed to know.


Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Sonya YuntHatton: Are you going to be posting the rest? I read this when originally posted on Fanfiction. LOVE IT!!! Was so glad when it came our as an original book!! And now the MOVIE!!! Holy Mary I am so excited.....But I'm going to HATE, HATE, HATE the wait for part 2. Please let me know if and when you're goi...

Ashley Stryker: So I'm writing this review, keeping in mind that this is a work in progress and it's part of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), so my "deeper" critiques will be saved until it's all finished up.+ Chapter One: A stewardess would not talk to anyone quite like that, particularly a clear minor...

ianwatson: The comedy is original and genuinely funny, I have laughed out loud many times reading this book. But the story and the plot are also really engaging. The opening two or three chapters seem quite character-dense but they all soon come to life and there is no padding, filling or wasted time readin...

Janaki Sundararaman: The frame of the story has a beautiful structure on which the narration is spun with twists and turns tolook forward with lots of expectations about the coming chapters.There are many characters in the story line,all woven into intricate style to speak the story in its own way.The protagonist is ...

Lea Sutherland-Doane: I love this story and it hurts me that it is on a cliff hanger. Please write the next story fast so I can enjoy more of your wonderful writing skills. Your writing skills are amazing and I cannot wait to read the sequel, I promise that this is the best book I have ever read and I love it will al...

LouiseJ2: I enjoyed the detail you went into with regards to the case. It made the UNSUB appear believable. The crisis in the middle of the story was my favorite part, very dramatic but not over the top. I feel like sometimes pairings can be overdone but I liked that some of the relationships were a little...

ernbelle: When I first started this story I was a little unsettled by all of the information that appears in the prologue, and wasn't sure if I would continue. However, I am very glad I did. The plot was very well thought out and really interesting. There were not any page breaks or markers to acknowledge ...

PaulSenkel: If you like Arthur C. Clarke's Odyssey, especially The Final Odyssey, then you will probably also enjoy this book. I definitely did.It does, however, address a more adolescent public than the above-mentioned book.I enjoyed the story and finished it in a few days. The overall situation on earth an...

Melderise: This is just an amazing novel that teaches you how to break the bonds of reality. It shows how the most fascinating story can start from the most regular environment and then leading the reader to the dream destinations...

More Recommendations

M.L. Bull: Hello, Aalia!Your story compelled the emotional pain and struggle of a teenage girl very well.. The imagery was also convincing and well-written, showing the different personalities of your characters and their actions. However, I do think that many of your sentences are too lengthy and could use...

Wannabe_Scholar2: Sorry for the overly dramatic title, but I couldn't think of anything else. Ignoring that, The summary was what intrigued me, but the first chapter had me addicted to reading this story from start to finish.To add on to that, the first part was what made me interested in this story, with the moth...

Bernsigns: This is an age old story, but with excellent plot twists that I didn't see coming. I truly liked how the story slowly, but steadily revealed the secrets. There were secrets I didn't expect, which kept me wanting to read. I always love a happy ending, with a little bit of real life mixed in. Th...

Ben Gauger: Kudos go to Liz Aguilar, author of To Have And to Hold a fast-paced, gripping, adrenaline rush from start to finish, one of perhaps the finest pieces of writing I've ever read, in particular because of its' telenovela-like feel, May she continually find success as an author. Bravo my dear, bravo!

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral stories!
Iosaghar

FreakyPoet: "you made me laugh, made me cry, both are hard to do. I spent most of the night reading your story, captivated. This is why you get full stars from me. Thanks for the great story!"

The Cyneweard

Sara Joy Bailey: "Full of depth and life. The plot was thrilling. The author's style flows naturally and the reader can easily slip into the pages of the story. Very well done."

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral story!
Spectra

Ro-Ange Olson: "Loved it and couldn't put it down. I really hope there is a sequel. Well written and the plot really moves forward."