• The Guide

    Watching Reaching the bottom was a relief. Every time Keeley was dropped from one platform to the next she found herself panicking for a few seconds, certain she was going to end up falling all the way down. It didn’t matter how many times she’d successfully dropped from one to the next. The further down they got the easier it was to see how far they had to go, and she’d focused on the fact she did have someone there to help her, because she would have fallen all the way to the bottom if it hadn’t been for Jack. At the same time Keeley couldn’t help wondering why he…

  • Trapped

    The first thing Keeley did was check her way back. Being the first to test the newly created worlds was always worrying, because they could never be quite certain there was a way out, and that time there wasn’t. For a moment she wanted to laugh. It was either that, or cry, and she wasn’t going to cry. Knowing how dangerous it was meant they were always ready for the worst to happen – and being stuck wasn’t the very worst that could happen. Due to the way they created the games she knew there was a way out. All she had to do was play through the story line,…

  • The Chosen Twin

    There were sounds coming from the other side of the room. At first it was impossible for me to tell what they were, but, slowly, I came to understand that they were voices, and one of those voices belonged to my sister. I tried to open my eyes. Something was urging me to go back to sleep, that what I was hearing didn’t matter, but I ignored that. What I was hearing did matter. As I stopped trying to open my eyes I found it easier to focus. Obviously I only had the mental strength to be able to fight to hear or to see. It wasn’t until much later…