5. Chapter Five
Sylar dragged them up higher into the sky before setting them down onto the floor outside of his apartment doors. Claire waited for Sylar to go first before following him up the stairs. No words were shared before Sylar came to stop at a old, worn brown door which clearly had seen netter days. He stuck his key into the slot and sighed when it didn't seem to move, Before he pounded his fist against the door. The action had to be repeated a few times before the door caved in and opened for them both. Sylar wasted no time before throwing his keys across the room to land on the red worn sofa that was slanted across the right side of the room.
Claire took a long hard look at the room, taking in the aged mustiness the old room gave her. "It isn't much but it suits my needs." Sylar stated, as if answering unspoken thoughts that were swirling around her head. Despite the obvious age of the room she noticed that it was suprisingly clean. Sylar waited a moment before moving through the small living room and through a door. Claire stood in the doorway and moved to close the door before hearing a voice she had learned to fear swept through the small room like a tidal wave. "Come on Claire I'll show you too your room." He said slowly, his deep voice echoing gracefully around her. She hesitated before following him into the room.
She noticed two doors on the right of the small bed in the left corner. Sylar stood next to the bed before slowly motioning with his hand towards the two doors. "The door on the left is the bathroom which we will have to share and the door on the right is my room. This is where you will be staying. Make yourself comfortable i dont use this room." He said before promtly moving towards his room.
Claire waited a moment before sitting down on the red bed. The bed was suprisingly comfortable, and she didn't realise how tired she actually was until she sunk deeper into the matress beneath her. She focused her hearing on the muffled sounds of Sylar in the other room, Finding a unexplainable comfort in knowing her past stalker was just a room away. She allowed her eyes to flutter close before allowing darkness to sweap her mind, engulfing her into a deep sleep quickly.