They're After Me- Chapter 2The mush they fed all the mutant children was different colors everyday, but tasted the same. Weird, huh? I think its a test. Its very bad, but one day I didn't eat, and I felt very weak. Even though they give us little food, it was the only food. It was either mush, or starve to death.
Suddenly my thoughts were interrupted by a clank. I turned to see a small metal cage. We all had metal cages, that were very uncomfortable. Once in a while we were taken out for tests. Everytime I got out, my muscles ached. A small little girl with angel wings looked around in terror. I looked around to make sure no scientists or Erasers were in here. None. I turned to the little girl. "First time at the School?" I said softly. I didn't want anybody to hear us. The girl looked at me in terror. "Y-Yes." I folded my wings underneath me and laid down. That was more comfortable. I closed my eyes and fell asleep.
I woke up to a ear piercing scream. The little girl was gone. It was her. I picked at my lock qu
They're After Me- Chapter 9The day I woke up in Aunt Sarah and Uncle Roy's house, was the best day of my life. But I knew I would be captured again by the School, poked and prodded by the Erasers, feeding on mush. I laid in bed, staring at ceiling. Bobby, Cricket, Diane, and Grey were sleeping. I sighed and got up. I couldn't just lie in bed. I went downstairs into the kitchen to get me some water. Uncle Roy sat at the table, drinking something I didn't know. "Hey, Sophie!" I smiled and got a cup. "Hey, Uncle Roy!" He smiled. I sat down next to him and looked at his cup. "Tea." He said. I didn't know what it was, but nodded anyways like I knew. I saw a bush move. Uncle Roy saw too. "Sophie, go upstairs, now." He said, his voice full with worry. I grabbed my water. Uncle Roy pulled the cup away from me. "Go! Tell Aunt Sarah they're here!" I nodded and ran up the stairs, two at a time. I ran down the hall into Aunt Sophie and Uncle Roy's room. "Aunt Sophie! They're here!" I yelled. Aunt Sophie sat up quick. "Sophi
They're After Me- Chapter 7I woke up, pinned to a cold, metal table. I looked around. Nothing except white walls. No people, no shelves, no desks. Was it the School? Nope. I didn't know where I was, I was starving, and I was terrified. Suddenly, I felt like screaming. Where was Olivia?! My eyes widened. "OLIVIA!" I screeched at the top of my lungs. No answer. Just an ear piercing echo. I did it again. And again. No answer. I couldn't wipe my eyes from the tears streaming down my cheeks. Why couldn't I have grown up a normal girl? My stomach hurt so bad. I could eat a million bowls of mush. I saw black dots. They spread across quickly. Than I passed out.
I woke up in a nice bedroom. Yellow walls, comfy beds, and pink blankets. I looked around. Other kids who looked around my age were in the room too. I sat up. Was I dreaming? "Finally! She woke up!" Said a girl, who looked about 11. I rubbed my eyes and sat up. "W-What?" A boy who looked 14 flicked the 11 year old girl. "Shut it, Diana!" The girl let out a sharp
They're After Me- Chapter 3Dr. Magruder looked down at the little girl. "I guess." He picked up his stuff and walked out. I closed the door quickly and locked it. I ran over to the table and grabbed a knife. I sawed away at the handcuffs, trying to get them off her hands. The girl looked at me in terror. I kept sawing. "Don't worry, I won't hurt you." I whispered. I got the first and started working on the second handcuff. I pulled the little girl up. She had been whipped and bruised. I looked around quickly and grabbed her a lab coat. She put the coat on. "My name is Olivia." She said softly. I nodded. "My name's Sophie. I'm here to help you." I helped her put the coat on. We grabbed Dr.Magruder's glasses and she put them on. We grabbed 2 nametags and pinned them to our coats. Mine said 'Kasey LaFluer' and Olivia's said 'Cassity Moone'. We grabbed 'our' clipboards and slowly walked down the hall.
I grabbed Olivia's stopped suddenly. "Lab." I said quietly. I opened the door slowly and looked in. Charts and racks