The Shores

It seems to Pearl that nothing she ever does it right. She is made fun of at school. But Pearl's world turns upside down and sideways when she meets a strange girl. The girl helps Pearl discover her past, present and destiny. Can Pearl discover what she was born to do--in time to save her kingdom?


26. The Truth Revealed--Or, At Least A Part Of It.

Uncle was sitting on his throne, daydreaming by the looks of it. "Uncle," Abitha called.

The King snapped out of his trance. He seemed to be startled that Abitha spoke. "That's your Magesty to you, Abitha." he said, trying to cover up.

"No, its Uncle." Abitha corrected him.

The King looked at me and sighed. "I assume that you know Pearl."

"Yes sir." I said. Was he going to be mad at me?

"And I'm guessing that you have many questions."
"You are good at guessing, sir."

"Can you describe to me ecatly what it was like when Damita gave the prophecy?" I asked. He seemed to dismiss the fact that I knew about Damita.

"Well," my uncle started, "We were in your house, in Pennsylaainia, all of us: Me, Glora, Dallin, Marian and of course, you. Marian had just layed you down for your nap when Damita knocked on the door and begged to see you. We led her up to the nursery. When she saw you, she instantly gave the prophecy. She faced you when she recited it. Your mother turned pale. Glora, my wife, fainted. Damita disappeared down the stairs, and little Abitha cam crawling up. At that time, she was almost two years old. Dallin picked her up. It was then that it was disided that Abitha would be sent away, never to know her sister."

With a thank you and a goodbye to my uncle, I left the throne room. Now I knew about Abitha, but what about Briallen? There was only one person who would now alot about her. And that was her own father. I had to find dad.

I sped down the hallways until I came to dads door. I knocked, and he came out.

"Hi Honey." He said, ruffling my hair.
"Hi. I know about my sisters. Can you tell me about Briallen?" I said in a hurry.

Instead of making a big deal out of it, dad nodded. "Briallen...what can I tell you? She was a beautiful baby, but we had to send her away because Koir had already cursed you. We didn't want that to happen to Briallen too. So, I sent her away to a town to live with dear friends of mine. By now she has to be around nine."

"What town ?" I asked.

"If I say, you have to promise me that you won't o searching for her." Dad set his conditions.
"Okay." I said.
" Corner Brook. In New Jersey."

I felt very guilty. Because I lied to my dad. I had my fingers crossed.
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