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Banished to Planet Dinode

By S. T. Gold All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi

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Run. That was the one word that ran through my head. Run. Go to the spot, I'll meet you there. I promise. Run. I kept the small parcel close to my chest, keeping it safe. My legs were aching, but I kept going. I kept running, afraid of what would happen if I stopped. I turned a corner, but my quick pace stayed. I pushed down a small bot to trip up the people chasing me and kept going. I turned back for a quick second to see my plan working, and shouts of disapproval came from behind. How many turns had I taken, had I passed the spot already? No, I would never miss it. I knew this area more than anyone else. I would never, ever miss it. I kept going, my lungs in a pain I had never felt before. I looked back again, I was still being followed. More of them were following now. I had to keep going. I couldn't stop. Run.

Prologue

Run.

That was the one word that ran through my head.

Run.

Go to the spot, I'll meet you there. I promise.

Run.

I kept the small parcel close to my chest, keeping it safe.

My legs were aching, but I kept going. I kept running, afraid of what would happen if I stopped. I turned a corner, but my quick pace stayed. I pushed down a small bot to trip up the people chasing me and kept going. I turned back for a quick second to see my plan working, and shouts of disapproval came from behind.

How many turns had I taken, had I passed the spot already?

No, I would never miss it. I knew this area more than anyone else. I would never, ever miss it.

I kept going, my lungs in a pain I had never felt before.

I looked back again, I was still being followed. More of them were following now.

I had to keep going. I couldn't stop.

Run.
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