The Assassin watched like a hawk; there was no sign of his target; the house was engulfed by the darkness, lit only by intermittent flashes of lightening. The engine noise returned of the car with its eyes shut slowly passed once more, mud from the wasteland covering the licence plates. The car was old and coming to its end the engine grumbled as it came to a stop outside the house. The parked car’s engine switched off, the rain poured down the cracked windscreen as the windows slowly began to cloud up.
It was a dark and stormy night. The rain came down in torrents, soaking the solitary man to the skin. He stood alone, silent, still enveloped by the black of the night; he stood at the top of his drive which led to his mansion. Had the sun been glowing, this lonely man would have seen the car parked up about half a mile from him, with its engine and lights off, there was no cover for the car either as the man and his mansion was surrounded by lots of fields and meandering roads. Unaware to the man, the cars engine started but the lights didn't go on, yet the dark restricted the man's vision so he didn't see the car slowly crept up on him.
Kaleb had not even thought to get grips put on his tyres. As a result the worn-out Cadillac was struggling to stay on the right side of the road. It would be murder to get caught out in this tonight. It frustrated him immensely that he could not go faster than 40 miles-per-hour without catapulting his car into the dark abyss. Although, this felt like a catch-22 as if he did not get home in the next hour the storm would be in its element destroying everything in her path.
Just a few feet beyond the rocks, the road dropped off into a deep; seemingly bottomless chasm. He cursed aloud for allowing the turn to surprise him. Then just before the unavoidable crash into the rocky shoulder, he took his foot off the brake, turned hard to the right and with earnest passion, stomped hard on the gas pedal. The broad tires of the Corvette screeched fiercely as they chewed hungrily at the dry cement. If the... ... middle of paper ... ...hew Banks looked around for the creature belonging to the voice and found her sitting lazily on a rickety cane backed chair behind the counter with a long filtered cigarette dangling loosely from her lips.
For example, Rat Kiley suddenly snaps and crashes into a mental wall; he explains that “’the days aren’t so bad, but at night the pictures get to be a bitch. I start seeing my own body. Chunks of myself. My own heart, my own kidneys… I’ll be lying dead out there in the dark and nobody’ll find me except the the bugs-I can see it.”’ (223). With the thoughts of how he will die, he cannot handle the mysterious nightlife anymore.
As they went down the empty- deserted highway it started to rain quite heavily. Arissa could hear the spattering of the raindrops crashing onto the window. Slowly she started to shut her eyes, due to exhaustion. Suddenly, because of the abundant rain and wind, Nicholas lost control of the car. Twisting and turning, unable to gear it, they landed in a place neither of them knew.
Shivering in the blasting cold night, the words fear and death invaded my soul and lamentably waited for the deathblow. The darkness of the lemon orchard under the full moon hidden behind long, high parallels of cloud was accelerating my fear and advancing the idea of `suddenly disappearing` in my mind. I had never thought of death before. The rows of lemon tree standing like elite soldiers made me feel like an enemy soldier captured in war and was being taken to be executed by guillotine. A shotgun was targeted towards my head which made my eyes and legs become paralysed; thus I could not feel or sense anything.
It was a vast old house and looked out of place in the well kept street. Suddenly a car came speeding round the corner and brought his mind back onto the job. He ducked behind a tree but it wasn't who he thought it was and the car passed. The heavens opened and rain stared to fall heavily onto the ground. He heard the moaning of another engine drawing closer.
Frankenstein knew that when he told the monster that he would not create another monster he knew that the monster would go berserk and end up killing his family. After all of this killing that the monster had done, Frankenstein knew with out a doubt that creating another monster would not be right. After Frankenstein saw the destruction that one monster could do, he probably got a glimpse of what two monsters could end up doing and that probably also made him chose to not to create the monster. With two monsters on the loose they could end up breeding and starting a new race of super evil soldiers that could end up wiping out Europe. The monsters can potentially take over whatever they please, “A race of devils be propagated.” (163) Thought Frankenstein to himself.
Before them something like a great ape was sitting asleep with its head between his knees. Then, the wind roared in the forest, there was confusion in the darkness and the creation lifted its head, holding toward them a ruin of a face. “ The experience alone accelerates the deterioration of the already weak civilization of the group. The experience brings young Jack to committing himself fully to the newfound dark religion. (Johnston, 126) Beelzebub was the cause for accelerating the destruction of the boys.