Get tangled and lost in a book!
You'll get out... eventually.
You'll get out... eventually.
Note: Old stories may not be continued, at least for a period of time
Chapter Fifty-Three: In Which A Plan Fails
What? Flake thought, pausing. Run?
He’s heading back to the lab! Hurry! Run! Rose screamed in his head.
“Everyone! Rose says that You-Know-Who is heading back to the lab!” Flake exclaimed.
Chapter Forty-Six: In Which Jack Decides What To Do
“So, why are you here?” The nice woman named Violet looked at Jack. “It doesn’t seem like you’re from here.”
Jack was sitting on a stump in a log cabin in a village in the forest, very much a fish out of water. And he had so much to say, so much questions. He wanted to tell Spruce and Violet everything that had been happening to him, but he wasn’t sure how the news would be treated. Would they be scared? Shocked? Happy? Surprised? Would they help him?
Chapter Thirty-Eight: In Which Jack And Windy Sneak Into A Laboratory
She was just about to turn the corner when she heard Jack call. “What?” she asked.
“I think I have something that might help with our investigation.” Jack reached into his pant pocket. “Here it is.”
Chapter Thirty-Six: In Which Flake Attempts To Figure Things Out With No Luck
The door wouldn’t open. The window wouldn’t open. As much as Flake shouted and knocked on the door, no one came in the room. The more he became convinced that he was probably kidnapped.
If so, how did he get out?
Chapter Thirty-Four: In Which Windy Takes Action
If Windy didn’t happen to be in the game room, the future would probably be very different. A lot of different things might have happened. But what is important is that she did happen to be in the game room, as it just so happened that the game room did not have a door. Which meant that Windy wasn’t locked in any room. So, seeing in the TV that something was happening to Snow, she wanted to see for herself and possibly save the day. If possible.
Chapter Thirty-Two: In Which Flake Sees Some Alarming Things
Flake woke up. But he didn’t.
He was awake. Conscious. But he could tell he was in a dream.
He was strapped to a chair. Lights were glaring down at him, he couldn’t really see much else.
Chapter Thirty: In Which Flake Gets Another Headache
The headache started in the afternoon. Flake was cooped up in a stuffy basement at the edge of the palace, which was supposedly the safest place in the Coral Kingdom. He didn’t feel very comfortable there. It was hard to feel comfortable in any circumstance where two armed guards were tracking your every move. Flake knew they were there to protect him, but it still made him a bit uneasy.
Chapter Twenty-Eight: In Which Rose Finds Out A Lot More Than She Wants To
A million thoughts were in Rose’s head that morning in the Coral Kingdom. She had questions, questions that could only be heard by one person, and he wasn’t there.
To her frustration, in the bubble as they entered Coral Kingdom, she couldn’t hear what Colden was saying, but she could hear the security guard perfectly fine. He called Colden the prophesied boy -what did that mean?- and was perfectly fine with letting him in the kingdom and leading her to a fancy hotel. What did he say that would make the guard so lenient?
Chapter Twenty-Six: In Which The Oracle Stops By
Flake woke up. He looked at the soft blue color of the ceiling of his room. Strange. He could have sworn that he was in another kingdom doing something important… no. Probably just a dream.
He sat up. Everything in his room looked the same. The side desk was tidy, the closet was shut. The window displayed darkness, so it must still be the night. Why would he wake up in the middle of the night? Flake yawned again and slid under the covers. Maybe he should just go back to sleep…
Chapter Twenty-Four: In Which They Venture Into The Coral Kingdom And Chief Ripple Gets Ticked Off
It felt like the bubble was going to pop at any moment. As Flake felt the surface of the bubble, it seemed really thin, like if he stuck a finger through it, it would disappear. He didn’t dare try.
Outside the bubble was quite a sight. As the bubble went lower and lower, Flake could see a whole underwater world develop under him. Near the surface, there was nothing, but the deeper it was, the more signs of life appeared. Fish of all different sorts swam everywhere, weird colored plants and coral thrived on underwater rocky cliffs. Rose oohed and ahhed at everything, which reminded Flake too much of Snow. She would have loved this sight.
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