Willow's point of view
When the train station finally came into view,I almost passed out with relief. My legs were aching, my head was pounding, all I wanted was to sit and rest; which I could do easily on a train. Acantha steered me towards the ticket booth and bought two tickets on the 13:45 train to Seattle. It was only just turned one. I looked at my companion "So we've got time to kill." I stated. She rolled her eyes "we have absolutely no time to kill, we're late!" I…Continue
Acantha's point of view
I sat awake for hours, waiting for the new girl to wake up. I sat gazing at the sun as it began to shine a pool of light that eventually flooded the tree house floor. Her eyes eventually fluttered open. her eyes squinted at the light.
"Morning!" I chirped, ruffling her hazel hair.
"Uh, okay" She said, confused.
"Don't say you've…Continue
I awoke. Silence. Where was I? Whowas I? I didn't know. I strained my ears for some sign of life. There was none. After a few minutes, music started to play softly, but I couldn't recognise the tune. Suddenly, a loud voice spoke, making me jump "Hey boss, I think she's awake." then i was picked up in a fireman's lift and carried bodily into a painfully brightly lit room. Then i was set down in a chair. This was so confusing! "Who am I?" I dared to ask. I immediately regretted speaking, as…Continue
They moved quickly, silently, with swift, practiced movements; impenetrable, and quite frankly, terrifying. A hiss escaped my lips before I could hold it back. Aro was the first to speak "Renesmee Cullen! How nice to see you again! How old are you now, fourteen?" I nodded, avoiding any conversation with him. "Well, hasn't your clan been in enough trouble with immortal children in the past century, Carlisle?" Jane spoke. "I think we should just kill her now!" She continued "May I do it,…Continue