Skip to main content

Testimonies - Chapter five

Chapter Five
The four volunteers spent their time waiting for their execution establishing a plan. So far, they think they should-BOOM! The four of them all looked out the barred window to see an explosion blowing up a landfill. They gasped. They had not know that Count Woke was this bad.
When the second explosion went off, they noticed that the landfill wasn’t a landfill, but a town. The ruins showed great structures and only a small dog survived. The dog searched for its owner, not knowing what was happening.
Emily wished she was a dog. If she were a dog she would have never been in the Testimonies. Dogs, Emily realized, are animals everyone loves, until the dog’s owner has to flee for their own safety, not even looking at the dog. Someday, she will start a sanctuary for pets. She will give homes to many different animals, not just dogs.
Emily looked away before she could let a tear slip down her cheek. A few tears still popped up, but it wasn’t a big deal. “Are you crying?” Jen asked. “No, my eyes are just tired,” Emily said, wiping away a tear with the back of her hand.
“What do you think will happen to Wittyfield? What about my sister or Sophie’s sister?” “I think they will be safe. This might just be an old city they are tearing down for more land,” Sophie said, reassuringly. “For now, let’s just wait.”

The four volunteers waited and waited. They even fell asleep at one point. The truck had suddenly shook and had woken them up. Another day passed and the volunteers started growing hungry. The driver, who was hidden by a cloak, gave them an apple and a cup of water each every morning.
Finally, the truck abruptly stopped. The door of the truck swung open and a plump teenage boy, around the age of 15, looked at them as if they were animals in a zoo. The boy must have heard of their attempts of rebellion and escape.
“Hi… Um…. My name is… Ded… and um… My dad is Count Woke. He told me to um.... Get you and escort you to the… Um… Great hall. Sorry for my um… weird way of speaking,” Ded said. Who would think a person like Count Woke would name their son Ded? Jen thought.
“Follow… Um… Me,” Ded said, blushing. They followed Ded through a magnificent hallway. There were paintings of stags and boars. There were even paintings of Count Woke. Count Woke’s hair wasn’t grey in some of them and his piercing green eyes followed them everywhere they went.
The hallway was torch lit and led to a huge room with curtains the color of blood. There were two long tables in the front and back of the room. Each one had a tablecloth the color of bones. The ceiling had chandeliers lighting up the room. Count Woke sat at a table in the middle, snickering. He was wearing a formal black suit. A servant was feeding him grapes.
“Oh look who has finally showed up,” said Count Woke. “I expected you to try escaping, again.” He waved his hands in a notion that meant to take a seat and eat. The volunteers obayed and filled their plates with meats and fruits. The only one not eating meat was Emily, she decided she wants to be vegetarian.
“Why are you not eating the meat?” Eric asked. “I became vegetarian, but I will take some fruits and bread. Maybe some vegetables,” Emily said. Emily and Eric sat next to each other and were discussing what had happened at the pond. Eric said that whatever happens, one day he will take Emily out on a date. Emily had blushed.
Count Woke had moved to the head of the table. Eyeing the volunteers as they ate. He knew Sophie had magic. He grinned at the fact that the volunteers were whispering to each other, not even acknowledging him.

“What should we do,” Sophie whispered. “We could assassinate him.” “No, to violent. How about we escape?” Jen said. “What about using Sophie’s magic to our advantage?” Eric said. The volunteers were worried sick about their families and had no idea what to do. Count Woke grinned and grinned the whole time the volunteers talked and whispered.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Interviewing Muggles

Hello! I interviewed some muggles and here are the answers. If you have read the Harry Potter books, what is your Hogwarts house? Are you going to try interviewing some muggles?


What is soccer?

Muggle #1
Soccer is a sport. You use a ball and you can not use your hands. To try to get goals, you have to kick.

Muggle #2
a game

What do you use for cleaning?

M1
Cleaning Spray
a broom

M2
Windex

If you had magic, what powers would you have?

M1
Harry Potter Magic

M2
Teleportation

Do you love to read?
M1
Sorta

M2
Yes

Have you read Harry Potter?

Both No

What is a rubber duck?

M1
could be a bath toy but can also be used as a normal toy

M2
a rubber toy

What is a radio?

M1
you can play music with it

M2
where you listen to music

What is the internet?

M1
technology
to look up things
to search for things online

M2
technology

What is technology?

M1
something people use

M2
a new way of communication


So that is it. If you enjoyed, SUBSCRIBE!
So Long,
~~D.

Death Messenger by Henry Taba ~ Review

Hey Everyone! I was contacted by the author to write a COMPLETELY HONEST review on his book, The Death Messenger! So here is the review! (No spoilers for this review at any point)!

Synopsis (via Goodreads): "A message is delivered, the death answers his friend, both are connected."

Westcliffe Patel is in his early thirties, living alone with a decent job in a small town. When he just began to have a glimpse of joy, he has a car accident. And thereafter, a whisper of sinister voice haunted him—telling him a message. Assuming it is just an illusion or the effect from the accident, he continues his accustomed life. But when the ominous message is confirmed by the death of his friend—the unexplained death mystery quickly clings to his mind...

Besides, the death has confirmed his imaginary demon which he thought ain't real. He soon receives the death message of his girlfriend, he has no choice but just to dive deeper to investigate before he could avert his girlfriend from bec…

November TBR

I know I didn't post yesterday, so I am going to post again after this! Yay! I was very busy all of yesterday and today so right now where I live it is almost 10:30 P.M. Oops! Anyways, without further ado, here is what I plan to read in November!


November is my birth month so I plan to do some fun things including a readathon! (Post will come soon) And I am already planning on getting a few books! So, I do not know what I will read, but I am hoping for the best!

Mark of the Thief by Jennifer A. Nielsen (Audiobook)The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan (Physical)Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi (Physical)Insurgent and Allegiant by Veronica Roth (Physical)The Land of Stories series Books 2-4 by Chris Colfer (Physical) Those are all the books I am planning on reading! Hope you enjoyed! Social Media:
Pinterest
Goodreads

Instagram
Thanks for Reading!
So Long!
~D.