Madelyn had told me the gift she wanted to get for me was unobtainable. However as I stepped through... ... middle of paper ... ...r my friends, and my phone, both of which seemed to be MIA. Eventually I find the others waiting for me at the doors trying to usher me out quickly so that we might be able to leave before the onslaught of cars. We make our way out to the vehicle and once more pile pack ourselves in this time not caring about the limited space; it seemed like we had a mile in either direction to move freely compared to how tightly smashed we were in the concert. As we left the only thing I can remember of the car ride back was the faint lull of the radio and how comfortable my arm was against Benny’s leg.
Harry then began to quicken her pace as she skipped and leaped, twirled and bounced towards an alley where she sought shelter from the icy cold wind and rain. While she sat half awake, as not to miss anyone passing, she thought about whether going to the party was worth losing her friends over, but as the grey rain clouds squeezed their last drop of water Harry came to her senses and shouted, "Of course I'm doing the right thing, I always am." On that note she sprung to her feet and decided to walk further into the dark dreary cave like tunnel. When she got to the end she found several doors dotted along the walls. She placed he ear against each rusty door in turn but, at one of the she heard a crash from the room inside.
When the door shut the girls looks back they continue following her friends. The arrival at a room and they walking and notice a rope hanging from the ceiling. One goes over and pull it and it falls all of a sudden the door slams shut and one of the friends is grabbed by the neck and throw across the room they scream and try to get out as a girl checks on the other. “we shouldn't have came here!” she yells at the on friend “I'm sorry I thought it would be fun just help us get the door open” she says as her and the other girl try opening the door. She gets back to the girl “Amy are you ok?” she nods “yes my head just hurt” she say “Mia and Amy come help” says the girl named ruby.
As she waited impatiently for the light to turn, the wind blew her short untamable hair every which of way into her line of sight. Grunting loudly she ranted to herself as she tried to get it out of the way, missing the many stairs she got from the people also waiting. She tamed it just as the light allowed them to walk and she ran once more through the sidewalk. Craning her neck she was able to see the shop ahead so she kept forward sparing a microsecond to check her time. “Fuck.” She murmured, seeing it was 9:10.
Once at the car, Mary quickly dusted the girls down, put them into their car seats and loaded the boot when she felt a prickle on the back of her neck like someone was watching her, she turned and looked around, but there were too many people to pick out any one person. Odd, she thought then dismissed the feeling. She got into her car and slowly drove out of the car park, not noticing the sliver Porche Boxter that followed her out. Jonathan smiled at the sight of the two little girls playing in the sand, they looked happy and their mother seemed to be watching them carefully, not letting them w... ... middle of paper ... ...hey are now? Of course someone would rent, maybe they,” a good looking man got out of the car.
The empress advises those with her to rest, and prepare for travel, as she is eager to complete her journey. As the members of her procession begin to head towards a nearby well and seek shelter, the empress hears a few, quiet voices calling out from a distance. The empress choses a few of her maidservants, and they start to make their way through the maze-like town toward... ... middle of paper ... ...d stay far ahead of them. The evasive maneuvers and taunting of the bandits just makes the army even more determined. They continue to follow this group of vagabonds deeper and deeper into the town, sprinting through boulevards and jumping down alleys until they are led to an open area of the now almost abandoned city.
Loud noises ripped her away from her semi-meditative state. Madeline opened her eyes and saw that she had arrived at Mystic Falls High School. She allowed herself enough time to get her bearings, having not been around as many people during the summer, and made her way across the parking lot. She saw her sister coming out of the car with Bonnie, pushing away the voice in her mind that told her to confront her sister about the missed ride to school. She sighed quietly and looked down, determined not to give anyone her attention.
This most definitely surprises the readers and feels that the story is about to hit its climax. Sadly, While Darcy went to hang out with Hakeem, Jamee ran away from home. Darcy finds this out and panics, but is able to keep enough calm and call everyone connected to her including the cops. This makes the readers excited from how they are going to expect even more excitement from this story. Then it hits them, They’re grandma speaks about Jamee’s past and gave out where she was.
She stops and he demands that she hand over her purse, cell phone, and any other valuable items she might be carrying. After swift compliance from the young woman, the attacker runs back around the corner, his footsteps following him to the next street. When she hears a car starting, the young woman cautiously looks around the corner to see a blue sedan speeding away. At this point, her composure has recovered sufficiently to run to the building and find help; shaken, yet unharmed, she waits for the police to arrive. The process of witnessing an event can be broken down into three phases.
Emily drove alone down past the vibrant fluorescent lights that led to her house. The rain was pouring down at this point, even the windshield wipers could not go fast enough to make her view out the window clear. She debated on pulling over, but didn’t want to waste any time when she was so close to home. Her phone vibrates, startling her as it laid on the console. Emily glanced down swiftly at the screen, noticing it was her mom texting her.