As I run through the streets of Trenzalore, I realize...
I barely know my father...
He's telling me to run, but to where?
"Ellie, what are you doing?"
My thought echoes through my head...
"What am I doing?" I think.
I need to run, faster than I ever have before...
One thought echoes...
"Run, Ellie, run, faster than you ever have or ever will... He's dangerous, and so are you. Putting you two together in a situation like this, it's basically putting a match and a case of TNT in a closed in room."
As I continue running, my speed increases, and I feel emotions, some that I never have before, fear, sadness, rejection. It's never been this bad, I need to keep running. He can't get me if I'm still running... If I just keep going... Just reach the town of Christmas, and he'll tell the truth.
I see a statue protrude from the ground, and I scream.
'Looks like a statue isn't a statue, so basically run..."
As I remember him saying this, I shake with fear. It's a whole new thing.
A weeping angel.
I can hear the clock ticking, time is passing as fast as it possibly could.
He gave all he could give her,
Goes the clock,
Now prison waits for River.
I can never stop running.
If I do, he'll catch me.
Running is what I do.
It's what I live off of.
Why can't I stop?
The Doctor can travel through space and time, without leaving a trace.
He's probably here right now.
Watching my every move.
He was at the radio channel station.
And now he was here.
To say goodbye.
I received a letter today, in a TARDIS blue envelope...
It has coordinates to somewhere.
Lake Silencio, Ohio.
The day The Doctor dies...
This is the sequel to Free Falling, and I'm excited. I decided to do a four book series... So I'm pretty psyched. Can't wait to release 'Crashing' and 'Found' ! I haven't starting writing them yet, but when I'm finished with 'Landing' I'll write them!