A Magical Year (Magical trilogy book #2)

*Complete* 1976 ... Last year, Alex and Kyle visited Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with their school. They're best friends, and more like a brother and sister. Hogwarts was not the kind of school they expected to ever visit, since it taught REAL magic. And they never expected to meet such people there, people who they'd love.
Because of this love, Alex got the ability to make some simple spells; a talent that it so rare that it's nearly impossible. Now what'll happen when Alex turns from a muggle to a part-witch? And what will the Ministry of Magic decide to do about her?


46. The Last Test





I decided to stand by door number 2, and since I had to wait for half an hour, which was a lot, I gave up and sat down. The distance between the rooms was not that small, probably because these classrooms are the biggest in our school. Room 1 was the first on the right, facing it was 2, three next to 1 and so on. I wasn't really sure how many numbered rooms there were. There was a lot, I guess. After about fifteen minutes, Kyle came, he didn't speak to anyone of the student, including me, and then he stood by his room, which was next to mine. 

"Alright, since all of you're here, we don't really have to wait until it's two. Now I want you all to listen to me," Mr Blake said. Mrs Holly and Mr Brooks went to the students who had to start with the far rooms, like 8 and 12 and who knows how big the numbers get. "This is a test, it's either not real, or it is real but won't cause you any harm. Now you'll stay in each room for three minutes, if you stay more, you get points, if you can't stand spending the three minutes, you can call for us but you'll simply fail the test. As for emergencies, we'll tell you if they happen, and let's hope they don't. It's not a hard test, there are no specific instructions for the test, you should simply survive the three minutes by your own way, let it be ignoring, let it be fighting," I was one of those who took a breath as he said the word fighting. "Let it be anything else. Be creative with your strategies. With the ring of the bell you'll enter and leave the room, unless you're wishing to stay longer in it, of course. And one more thing," He looked at us all before he said it. "Be brave." And the bell banged. 

I opened the door as quickly as I could and as I entered the room it closed behind me. The light turned on and I shouted so high once I saw what was there. 







With the close of my room's door, I heard a voice. No, it can't be. I thought. But I was wrong. I was in a room full of dogs. They were all chained, but they were fighting to get to me. Dogs terrified me, they always have. I wasn't sure what to do, I was simply stunned. In. My. Place. 

I started trying to calm myself down. 

"They're chained Ethan, they're chained." talking aloud to myself was way better than in my head, this way I'd hopefully stay conscious and also I'll hear myself more clearly. The dogs' voices were too loud, and I was really freaking out. "THEY'RE CHAINED!" I repeated to myself. 

The dogs were big. Some black, some brown, some white. The black ones were the worst, and I think there were a dozen of each color at least. 

"You're sure they won't hurt me?!" I shouted to the teachers. No answer, as expected. 

One of the black dogs started biting his chain. And I froze in my place again. 

"Bu-bu-but!" I started stuttering. My mind wasn't clear, my heart was so fast and my mind was empty. "Sit! Sit dogs sit!" I finally shouted. "SIT!" 

Surprisingly, some of the dogs sat down, the others kept on barking, but I was too happy with the result that my fear stopped for a minute. These were dogs, animals. They can be trained, so why was I so scared of them. Yes, they bite, and they may - eat me, but that's only if they're not chained, and hungry and if they can smell my fear. I shouldn't be scared so that they'll stop smelling my fear.

I kept on repeating this sentence in my head, even that it didn't work perfectly, it passed my time. 







The snakes were everywhere in the room. I wasn't sure how to act. I once heard that when you see a snake trying to attack you shouldn't really move, but I was not really certain of the information. Either ways, it was all I could do. I hated snakes, not just hated them but they scared the hell out of me. Cobras, tree boas and many, many snakes that I didn't even know the type of. God please help me. 

I wasn't sure if I had to walk or what? The snakes were slithering and moving all around me, they were touching me and once they touched my I shouted louder than I should've. But I shouted even louder, when one of them started slithering around my leg. It can stop the blood from reaching my foot, it can bite me and poison me to death it can do many horrible stuff to me. What have I got myself into?! Its head going up all the way to my tummy, its eyes as if staring into mine and its tongue going in and out. It was ready to bite me and I got myself ready to get bit. 

I suddenly remembered one episode of a survival's show, there the person held the snake by its head, where its neck's supposed to be and held it tight. I tied that. The snake moved quickly, but I was faster, I could stop it from biting me now, and I moved it so that it won't wrap my leg.







I was crying so hard, even that it couldn't really help me I couldn't stop it. I couldn't even stop the goose bumps from letting the hairs on my neck stand up.The hairy legs of each one of those million spider moved. They were covering the walls, the floor and some the ceiling. It was basically a nightmare, and I was alive in it. What should I do?! Some of them were small. Yes even the small ones frighten me but they're better than the huge ones. I've never in my life seen spiders as huge as these in the room with me and I don't have a man with me to kill them. 

"THEY MAY BITE ME, YOU MONSTERS!" I yelled. I couldn't take it. Something fell on my head and just by the thought I knew it was a spider. I started jumping and shouting and swearing. I tried to jump on as much spiders as possible I had to kill as much of them as possible. I can't spend three minutes here! A second is hell. It's a good thing I wore football shoes or I would've got spiders in my feet. 

My whole body was etching and I just couldn't do anything but jump and cry. I started running, maybe there were some spiders in my hair, and, and running will get them to fall, right? It was my only hope, and I had to try it, making sure I won't ever touch any wall in this room I started running as fast as I could, running an jumping in the same time. 

Until I heard the bell's voice and I ran to the door like a bullet. 

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