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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27. The row

“What happened to that house we had on Lucky Street?” I asked as me and Mason stood in the kitchen cleaning up the mess we had made during dinner.

“I honestly cannot remember,” Mason said glancing around as if the answer was in the kitchen. There was something he wasn’t telling me about Lucky Street something that I couldn’t remember. I pondered my theory as I lay in bed that night listening to Molly’s breathing even and shallow as she slept. I crept along the landing towards the boy’s room and peered round the door until I spotted Dylan.

“Dylan are you awake,” I whispered trying not to wake Mason, “I need to talk to you.”

“Yeah I’m awake now,” he said sitting up and yawning, “I’m coming.” He got out of bed and walked to the door we both walked onto the landing and he lent on the wall so close to me that I could smell his still minty breath.

“There is something Mason isn’t telling me,” I said getting strait to the point, “I need to find out what.”

“Do you what the thing he is keeping from you is about?” he said breathing down my neck by accident. I shuddered at the feeling he was standing way too close for this conversation.

“Yes it is about where we lived five years ago on Lucky Street,” I said frowning at him, “I can’t remember what happened there and he won’t tell me.”

“Well I will help you find out but not now,” Dylan said resting his hand on my neck, “It’s too late go to bed and I will help you in the morning I promise.” He smiled and led me back to the girl’s room we said are goodbyes and I went to bed and he went back to his room. When I woke up Molly was standing over me.

“Dylan is outside can you go talk to him,” she said frowning, Him and Mason had a row and he stormed off.”

“Yeah I’ll go,” I said getting up and pulling on some clothes then I headed outside. Dylan looked up when I walked out.

“Oh hey I hoped it would be you,” he said smiling though the look on my face wasn’t happy.

“I told you to talk to Mason not get into a row,” I said sternly to him sizing him up as he laughed, “This isn’t funny you understand right.”

“Yeah of cause I do but that’s not the point,” Dylan said chuckling, “It’s not my fault that boy has anger problems.”

“Do you think he really has anger problems?” I said curiously, “I thought it was just an act he was putting on.”

“No I think he honestly has anger problems,” Dylan said matter of factly, “Why don’t you ask him I know he would tell you that if you asked.”

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