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Zero: The First Experiment (Chapter 9)
I sighed. Was I ever gonna get out of here? I thought to myself as I looked around. This place was so dismal and cold… I just wanted to go home! I looked at Sasha. “Do you think we’ll get out of here?” I asked her. She looked up at me. “I’m sure we will, Frost.” She reassured me. “Never forget this: We’re a team. For now and forever!” she said. I could’ve sworn I had heard that voice from one of Mom’s friends… What was his name again? Jack? No, it wasn’t that... Oh, it was James! I looked at Sash again. “Did you quote Mom’s friend?” I asked her. She n
Zero: The First Experiment (Chapter 8)
The New Kid in the Crate
I walked back to my crate. Looking at the crate next to mine, I saw a familiar face. I knelt down in front of the crate. "Sasha?" I asked. She looked up. "Frost...?" She asked, smiling. I nodded, walking back to my crate. I pushed it a bit closer to hers, and climbed in. She smiled. “I missed you, Frost. But now Mike is gonna be torn…” she said. I looked at her. “Well, I know we’ll make it out. Even if we become experimented freaks, we’ll still have each other.” I held out my hand. She took it, smiling. “You’re right, Frost.” She said. She let go of my hand, and fell asleep. I stayed awake, just staring at my half-sister. She’s the best sister a kid could want. I thought to myse
Zero: The First Experiment (Chapter 7)
Run Frosty Run
After about an hour with Oak, i was sent outside. Oak dragged me across coarse sand and sharp rocks to what looked like a track. He set me on my feet, my torso and face covered in scratches and cuts.
"Now, I want you to run this. The genes we gave you should improve your stamina." he ordered.
"Erm, how 'bout... No!"
"Frost... You are going to run."
"No, I am not."
"Yes, you are."
"No. I. Am. Not."
Oak sighed. "Go!" He pushed me, blowing a whistle. "Go until you're tired!"
"Asshole." I muttered under my breath. I started sprinting, taking deep breaths as I ran. I felt the chilling wind grab at my wounds as I ran. I ran until the sun set- About an hour or so. After that, I couldn't handle it. I sank to my knees, pan
Zero: The First Experiment (Chapter 6)
Blizzard 'Round the Region
I woke the next morning to see a blizzard slam into the place with full force. Oak walked in, frowning.
"It's a region-wide blizzard..." He said simply. I looked at him.
"Oak, how can it be region-wide?"
"Agh... Zero, it does not matter how. It is."
"Oak, it is impossible.... Unless there is another force controlling it..."
"Zero. Look..." He pulled out a small book. "Read this. This will tell you why."
"Just read it." He grabbed my hand. "But first." he said, walking off and dragging me behind.
Snow screamed in anger, causing the b
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