2. Chapter 1
"ZACK! HURRY UP YOU LITTLE BITCH! THE TRUCK IS GOING TO LEAVE WITHOUT YOU!"
I looked out my window for the last time. Oh how beautiful the view was. It was the forest, my favorite place. I hurried downstairs before my stupid excuse for a family started yelling again. I was adopted by them when I was a baby, and they always try to make it clear that I don't belong with them. That's why I call them Martha and David instead of mom and dad.
I looked around at the house that I grew up in for the last 16 years. I then locked the door and hopped onto the truck. Alex, their rebellious 15 year old, was sitting on top of the truck. Of course he's allowed to because hes their real son and hes their favorite.
Martha and David drove the truck to our new destination: somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Colorado. They decided to move there firstly because Alex was sick of our house and felt like moving; secondly he wanted to by marijuana legally, and although his parents acted like they don't know this is what he's planning on doing, they obviously knew.
When we finally arrived, I hopped out of the truck and took in my surroundings. The house was a lot bigger than our old one. We were in standing in the middle of a clean road. It looked like one of those snobby rich people neighborhoods where all the grass is freshly cut and everyone is happy and smiling. I was already not liking this place.
Alex jumped off the truck and pushed me out of his way as he ran inside the house. I followed him slowly as I inspected the house. First there was the hallway. It was very fancy and there was a huge chandelier hanging from the ceiling. It looked like if it fell on me one day i would die a bloody death. I continued walking until I reached the stairs. I slowly climbed, not trusting each step. When I finally made my way to the top, I could here Alex claiming the biggest and best room of the house. Of course my room is the one farthest away from his. I looked around and saw that the walls were a bluish purple. There was only a bed, closet, and nightstand. I barely had any furniture, but I don't think I really need anything more than the necessities.
I noticed a window above my bed, and I decided to take a look through it. I saw that there was also a forest here, but it was a different kind. It will take me a while to be able to know every corner of it like I did with the forest back home.
"LIL BITCH! COME DOWN HERE AND HELP OUT WITH THE FURNITURE!" yelled David angrily.
I walked downstairs and did as I was told.