Switching Sides

In this story an infection has taken over the world and it is turning humans into monsters every one is switching sides and it's a fight to stay human. During the apocalypse 7 children- Angel, Dylan, Mason, Lucas, Rebecca, Josie and Miranda have to fight to stay both human and sane but on the way they fall into a lot of trouble. Will they all survive this messed up world find out in Switching Sides.

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21. Rememberance Day (R.I.P)

“They will come for us,” Dylan said sighing, “You’re not safe why won’t you leave.”

“Because we saved you and we’re not leaving you,” Molly said sighing back at Dylan.

“But he’s right you should leave it’s not safe,” I said sobbing, “Please for me just go.”

“NO!” Mason shouted and I took a step back, “I’m not losing you twice no matter how fit your boyfriend.”

“He isn’t my boyfriend!” I yelled at him, “Leave me alone!”

“Oh the pair of you stop were going inside,” Molly said looking anxious, “Come on lets go inside before your shouting makes the switchers come.” I followed Molly into the house and sat down on the nearest chair.

“So what are we going to do now,” Dylan said lying back onto the chair, “I’m really bored and I feel like doing something interesting.”

“Like what?” Mason said and he had a point there wasn’t exactly much I could do without going outside or attracting attention. I laid back in the chair I was sitting in and sighed oh how boring this new world was apart from when you were fighting switchers there was nothing to do but sit and eat cold meals and sleep.

“Well I’m shattered,” Molly said yawning, “I’m going to bed anyone else want to join me?” Mason nodded and walked up the stairs with Molly. I realised that we didn’t know where we were meant to sleep but I was sure I could work it out. I stood up and walked over to the fireplace oh how I would love to warm my hands but of cause I can’t.

“So are you sure you’re ok?” Dylan asked walking over and sitting next to me, “Cause you don’t look alright.”

“No to be honest I’m not,” I said sighing, “I was just thinking about who I have lost and all of the sad stuff in this world. Did you know that it is Remembrance Day and we haven’t even had a minute of silence?”

“Well we can if you want,” Dylan said putting his arm around me, “Yeah why not?” So we sat there together with his arm around me in silence for a whole minute. Once it was over I sighed.

“Thank you I think that cheered me up a little bit,” I said solemnly as he smiled.

“It was my pleasure anything to make you feel better today,” he said frowning, “I’ve had a hard time these past five years but you have had worse what with your mum and sister.”

“Yeah I know,” I said sadly, “Let’s leave it there please.” He nodded and we sat there for the rest of the evening with his arm wrapped around me.

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