Bryan slammed his bedroom door shut and settled himself down in his bed. As he laid down, he could hear the sound of his dad’s cough echoing throughout the entire house. As Bryan closed his eyes, he couldn’t help but to picture the hurtful expression on his dad’s face when Bryan said that he could take better care of himself more than Murray can. Bryan turned to his side as he shook the thought out of his head. From downstairs Bryan could hear the sound of his dad’s cane as it hits their rusty old floor.
Skeptical his father pulled up the gravel drive, parked the car, and got out to examine the house. Brady getting out as well followed closely behind his father, as he searched every inch of the house finding nothing of importance. Unconvinced with their son’s story, the couple wrote off his it off as simply a ploy to get their attention for leaving him alone. That night Brady’s mother tucked him in, assuring he was safe inside their house. As she shut the door and walked away she noticed for the first time a set of light scratch marks on her sons door, making her wonder if maybe he was telling the truth, while inside the room Brady was sitting up at the noise of his closet door opening.
Gloomy and alone is exactly how Ben Huston felt as he trudged up the driveway of his adopted family's home. The sound of birds singing and the smell of varied flowers hung in the air, but Ben didn't notice. he was deep in though on what to do next, since after all, it was the last day of school. Everyone at Canyon High School had been thrilled to get out for summers vacation, except for Ben. School was the only way He escaped the continual thoughts of his parents, Carissa and James Huston tragic deaths 6 months earlier.
It was a early Saturday morning when Jack finally awoke from his good night's rest, but all he could think about was the release of his favorite game, NightRyder 2000. Jack had his eye on the game for months after it was announced and since the release of NightRyder 2000 was on the day before his birthday, Jack changed his whole routine to ensure that his parents would allow him to get the game on his birthday. But, both of Jack’s parents had high level jobs meaning he never really got to see them often on either weekdays or weekends. So Jack spent most of his time under the watch of his grandma, Lucy. This was an issue for Jack because he wanted his parents to see him do good things, in hopes that they would get him the game.
The police searched the house but could not find anything and advised Holder to get the help of Mr. Holmes the famous detective. Mr. Holder went to Mr. Holmes in a hysterical manner. He was calmed down and started to tell him his mystery. Then Holmes asked him whether any one visits them, no one replied Holder except for Arthur’s friend George Burnwell. He added that Mary does not go out of the house, which seemed strange for a young lady but her uncle thought of her as a pleasant and quite girl, and thought of his son of being guilty.
Hazel admits that she has never seen the movie, to which Augustus invites Hazel over to his house to watch it. As they are waiting in the parking lot of the church, he pulls out a cigarette. Hazel gets upset until Augustus reveals to her that it is a metaphor. He never lights them, and thus they will not kill him. On the way to Augustus’ house, Hazel comments on how “...they have controls for people who can’t use their legs.” This leads to a discussion of how she got pulled out of school three years ago, while he is a sophomore at the local school.
Whoosh whoosh, as the wind brushed the glass in Archie’s room. He woke up in an instant flash he seen this yellow spirit standing over him Mo, dad Archie screamed but they did not respond ,so he ran to their room to find that their as no one there as if they were missing ..Where could they have wonderers of two Archie thought to himself as he slowly gazed back to his room maybe they went to the store they be back in the morning .when he was lying on the bed the spirit came back and said to Archie ‘don’t be alarmed I hear to warn you the chosen one has taken your parents and he wants you to fight him to get than back. What why me I’m just a farm boy who helps his parents every now and then. He does this to a lot of kids GET OUT I DON’T WANNA HERE IT. I am not going to fall for one of your silly jokes there is no such thing as the chosen one Archie replied .ok don’t believe me than you’ll see as the yelled spirit nagged and vanished in a blink 12 HOURS LATER MOM, DAD your home as I charged to their room.
Soon an attorney from Gregor’s work showed up, demanding that Gregor come out at once in threat of losing his job. Gregor successfully unlocked the door with the use of his teeth and showed himself to his present company. In shock the attorney flees the apartment and Gregor’s father scares him back into his room. Injured, Gregor falls asleep. After this event he begins to live in this room of his apartment, and his sister would bring him meals everyday.
The Quarter Quell was something that was supposed to happen every twenty-five years since the dark days ended. So the fact that he was going to have the chance to be in the games for the first ever Quarter Quell, exciting wasn't the right word...he couldn't think of the right word. "Ciruss, come on!" his younger brother said loudly as he pounded on his bedroom door. Jakob was two years younger than Ciruss, and way too eager about the games.
I ha... ... middle of paper ... ...thing looking at me as well. I lie motionless, still as I can, focusing on the person or thing in the closet, waiting and hoping for one of my brothers to get up for a trip to the bathroom. Later, this thing would just cease to be there, and the feeling of night would return to normal. I know nothings in the closet or the darkest corners of the room. Another strange thing about this boogieman, he didn’t hide under the bed waiting to grab my ankles as my brothers said he would.