His arm made a sharp cracking noise, and he screamed in pain. I kicked his knee, and another crack noise could be heard. At least now he won't be jumping at me anymore. I pinned him to the floor, and with a flick of my wrist, lighted the lighter. Pointing it towards his eye, I could see his eye slowly deplete its moisture, and in a few seconds, it was nothing more than a raisin.
I glanced around the room once more, and my eyes fell upon the fireplace. The flames within it danced merrily, flickering and swirling like some kind of exotic dance. It was hypnotizing, and I spent several seconds staring blankly at the fire. All of a sudden, an idea hit me. My lips curled with a mischievous grin, and I could feel a laugh bubbling up in my throat.
One of the frontal soldiers slams their shield against the Scutum to the right of it, emitting a deafening clatter. “Why would you perform such an act of foolishness?” An angered masculine voice shouted. A shroud of darkness consumes our formation; only the iridescent flame of the lodged arrow allows me to see the flickering red images of the legionnaires around us. Hundred... ... middle of paper ... ...bject injects itself into my right foot. The weight of my shield suddenly feels like a ton.
As it did, one of its fists hit the roof. The roof started crumbling burying the demon. It howled and dropped the three items. As fast as his one good leg would carry him, Alistair dashed for the items. He picked them up and flung them into the ring of fire.
‘Agreed,’ he said. ‘I start the fire you knock him out.’ Gerb walked away outside the room at a very fast pace, probably wanting to start it quickly. Will looked at Mar, and Mar made a cracking motion with his fist. His doggish face drooling. ‘Let’s redo it,’ he smiled, raising his hands in an ironic gesture.
Captain Beatty, chief of the fire department, believes that "fire is bright and fire is clean. "(60) This belief develops when he explains to Montag the reasoning behind burning books. The reader is at this time given an image of Beatty, his character, and his way of thinking. In one instance, the flames were used to cleanse the fire department of its evils by its elimination of the chief. In this case, "Montag shot one continuous pulse of liquid fire on [Beatty]" until "he was a shrieking blaze, a jumping, sprawling gibbering mannikin, no longer human or known, all writhing flame on the lawn.
I spotted the oncoming wave of orange and yellow a few feet away from us. The only thing I want to do before I die is to be able to kill you myself. I pushed him into it, watching him burn to death. For the first time in a long time, I smiled. The fire came closer, lashing out at me as though it were a fiery whip.
But every time he burnt himself up he sprung out of the ashes, he got himself born all over again. And it looks like we’re doing the same thing over and over.” After arriving to Montag’s home, Beatty instructs Montag to burn his own books as his punishment. Instead, Montag burns the television sets and the bed, in spite of Millie’s pleasures. When Beatty discovers the hidden book in Montag’s jacket and the earpiece, he tells Montag he and Faber will be arrested. In fear, Montag turns the flame thrower on Beatty, making him a “shrieking blaze, a jumping, sprawling gibbering manikin no longer human or known.” After burning the mechanical dog, Montag reassures himself that Beatty wanted to die.
They closed their eyes as light began to spike from them. Gilbert released his fingers from the strong grip and the two men dropped to the ground in a whooshing deflated sound. Trunk held up his palm, pain was clearly written on his face. Orson imitated the gesture. “What did I do?” Gilbert looked frightened.
There was no way out, the only way was to jump into the abyss and see where it leads me. Before I could make up my mind, it was too late.I had fallen into the black hole. It felt as if someone had pushed me into it, I looked up before I was swallowed by the abyss. "Jay,Jay wake up Blue Jay!" I woke up with my head on my desk, drool was coming out of my mouth.