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The Explosion
by Matt Smith  Kristy Harrington 

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Action/Thriller

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Pages: 

165

Copyright:  November 16, 2007
Fiction

A group of Teenagers must save the world from a tyrant.


It began as a normal day. That is, until the nuclear explosion occured. My sister and I are suddenly pushed into a situation with our friends, and must fight to survive.

Now as we all meet up, we end up fighting a tyrant, and end up getting into another world through a portal.

Now fighting off Alien Robots, Battle Droids, And The Tyrants Men, it comes down to one paranormal force that will decide the fate of everyone...


Excerpt

“What have I gotten into this time?” I muttered to myself, loading the guns. Kate walked over. “You OK?” I looked up at her. “Sure, why wouldn’t I be?”
She shrugged. “I don’t know… worry?”
I made a face at her. “Worry? About what?”
She sighed. “Kristy.”
I stopped and set the gun down and put my hands on my knees, and took a deep breath. Kate placed a hand on my shoulder. “She’s OK. I’m sure of it.”
“I sure hope so…” I muttered, as Dan walked up. “We’re all set. Peter sent out a scout, to see what he could.”
I nodded. “Great. Time to go to war.”
We started to walk back to the group. Dan looked around. I just shook my head, thinking to myself. “I mean seriously. Almost a week ago, I was sitting at home, talking to you guys on my computer. Didn’t think I’d be going to war, with you by my side.”
Kate chuckled. We entered a clearing, with trucks parked around. Peter stood up high on the roof of one. “People!” He yelled. “God has blessed us with these children. These children has given us weapons. The weapons that will help us defend ourselves!”
I rolled my eyes. “If there is a God… he hates my guts.”
Dan patted my back. “That or he loves you…”
“Now, we shall go and fend ourselves, and defeat our old friend turned enemies!”
The crowd gave a cheer and then turned and loaded up into vehicles. Peter and Jack walked over to us. “You guys still sure you want to help?” Peter asked. We nodded. “Alright. Here’s the plan.” Jack took out a map of the area and pointed to some woods. “We believe that the mortar team is set up here. We can take them from 2 sides, as well as from the front. We need to take them out before our neighbors actually send troops. We’ve got a few hours if he’s serious.”
Luke and Dan nodded. I was having a hard time paying attention. Jack snapped at me. “Hey. You should pay attention. This is not a video game where you get unlimited lives… I prefer Halo. How about you?” Peter smacked him in the arm. “Both of you pay attention!”
Jack just grinned sheepishly. “So, you have your choices. You go with Team one, and draw their fire, or teams two or three and take em from the sides.”
Dan shook his head. “None of the above.” He took over the map. “Here’s what We’ll do.” He pointed out a rocky point just at the edge of the woods. “You think that the team is on the edge of this?” Jack and Peter nodded. “Ok. We’ll go through here and hit em from behind.” Jack grinned. “He’s got a point the kid does.”
Peter made a face. “Fine. I’ll alert the other teams, so they don’t shoot you.” He turned away to go get a walkie talkie. Jack smiled at us. “You’ve got guts you know…” I raised an eyebrow. “Why do you say that?”
He shrugged. “Well, you left your homes to try and help, right? You’ve fought your way here. And you did it with out any help from real adults.”
“Hey! I’m 19...” I said.
He nodded. “Right. Sorry.”




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