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It was another typical day after school and I was bored out of my mind. There was absolutely nothing exciting going on in my life and I didn’t like that. My name is Alacia Tremblay, and I’m 17 years old. I have long brown hair and brown eyes. I’m homeschooled and don’t really have any friends because my mom is overprotective of me. I was starting to feel thirsty and decided to get a pop from the corner store. I grabbed my key and was on my way out the front door when my mother Ava rushed inside slamming the door behind her. She looked frantic and scared.
“Mom?” I said to her. “Are you okay?”
She sighed and shook her head no. “Remember how I’ve been doing that report for the paper on the sudden disappearances of teenagers going on around town?”
“Yeah?” I said giving her a strange look. “What about it?”
She took my hand and had me sit down on the couch. “I’ve been in contact with a man named Gene and he’s the one who’s been telling me-”
She stopped talking and her eyes grew wide with fear. She slowly stood up and walked cautiously to the door. “Who is it?” She asked.
“It’s Gene.” Said a male voice from the other side of the door. “I have some more information for you-”
My mother pulled open the door and pulled Gene inside before slamming the door shut. “I told you never to come to my house!” She said with panic in her voice. “My daughter is here.”
Gene looked at me and gave me a strange look. “Your daughter is one of them and they will kill her-”
“No she’s not!” My mother screamed at him.
“What the hell is going on here?” I said making them stop arguing long enough to look at me.
“My name is Gene Corry and I work for Slivor Roact.”
“The Scientific Research Facility?” I asked and Gene nodded.
“I’m one of the head Scientist there and we’ve been studying unique individuals such as yourself.”
“What do you mean unique individuals?” I asked standing up.
“There’s been a spike of activity in individuals we’re labeling Indigo Children, Starseeds, Crystal Children, Rainbows, Blue ray and Diamond children, “All known as Lightworkers.” That came to assist us humans with our next stage in evolution.” I just stared at him with a clueless look on my face. “The Fallen Angels known as the Anunnaki have come to Earth to kill all Lightworkers...and you girl are on the list.”
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Sara Grover: Being that this is your first story and I assume first draft, a lot of little mistakes are common, we all have made them; little things like your instead of you're, missed capitalization, missing punctuation, etc. As for the plot, I have a lot of questions and I did leave comments on certain sect...
catd69: Karim is a very talented writer. When I started reading his journey it took me into the book and I was in the story till the end. I've never felt this way with any other writers stories. If you want to read a gripping adventure, this will be the one book I would suggest you pick.
themyronus: Vanessa has made 'amazing' the norme. I didn't want to read this as I am waiting for the finished and polished book to come out. But then I decided to read one chapter for kicks...well hours later I finished what was posted. Fortunately, my memory is not to good and I hope I will read the book wi...
Dru83: This is the second or third time I've read this one and I just love it. It has just about everything you could ever want packed into one scifi story. It still has some parts that are a little rough in terms of grammar, punctuation, and word usage, but it's still an awesome story. I love how detai...
Oru Manna: Within this tale is a cast of characters with intensely unique voices and personas; each one radiating their own desires so clearly, you would think they were all written by different people. Their behaviors, their speech patterns, even their thoughts are so independent of one another, it really ...
ericaporamoralcine: La trama es muy interesante y original y eso ya dice muchísimo cuando todos tratan de triunfar con ideas ya trilladas.No puedo opinar en detalle sobre la gramática, porque a pesar de entender el inglés a la perfección, la falta de uso en cuanto a lectura y diálogo hacen que me maneje bastante mal...
Bri Hoffer: I couldn't put it down!! The characters are all incredibly likable, and it's so descriptive you can see, smell, and feel thier surroundings. Great story, and very well written. I cannot wait for follow up stories. there were a few grammatical errors, but nothing that I could move right over.
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