There's no time

It had been 3 years since Jacob Stone had been reported missing. It came as a shock to those who knew him best, as he was quite happy for the average 13 year old. I'm Daisy Thomas and I'm gonna tell you what actually happened to the him.

Daisy, Daniel and Christopher are mourning at their friend's funeral. But then a sinister figure emerges from the shadows of their small town. After many strange events, Daisy and her friends are soon swept up into a mystery that no one could even begin to imagine. It's not long before they realise that the clock is ticking, and for something's, there's no time...


35. Part 3 - Chapter 34

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I woke with a sudden jolt. I'd been having the most terrible dream that Trinia was maddening even further and had screeched at the night. I was sitting up right in a warm comfortable chair. I wasn't ready to open my eyes yet. I was still recovering from the horrible vision that I'd had. It wasn't the first. I'd been having them since Harvey was reported missing. As my senses reawakened, I became aware that I was moving. I heard a scream echoing around me. My eyes snapped open. It hadn't been a dream. There were two long arms stretched out from behind me. I blinked a few times before I realised I was sitting on the Sn X21. Wait, they didn't have a back to them, and I wasn't driving it. I turned around. My comfortable seat was none other than Daniel Couper. "You!" I shouted. "What are you doing?" Fury was flooding my body. 

He'd left. Just left us. Left me. He'd run away. What was he doing here? He looked at me. Confused. 

"I, I'm saving you," he stopped the bike and pulled into a small inlet of trees next to the road. I leapt off without hesitation. I stumbled back. My bare feet wouldn't let me stand. Daniel reached out to try and steady me. I swatted him away.

"Don't touch me," I hissed at him.

"Daisy, please?" He was begging me now. "What's wrong? I, I don't understand what..."

"You," I said pointed my recently broken finger at him. "You left us." I was crying. "You coward, ran away to save your own skin. He was shaking his head desperately. He took a step closer to me. I  took a step back.

"No its not like that." He was quaking uncontrollably all over.

"Yes it is." I had my back pressed against a tree. 

"It isn't," he shook his head harder. "I ran to get help. And I did." He sat down in front of me. "That's why you are here. We have a plan. We are gonna get us all back. Please, you have to believe me," he said putting his head in his hands. I did. I did believe him. Will had been right. Daniel was staring at the floor. I knelt down in front of him and took his hands in mine. He looked up at me. His face was stained with tears. I'd never seen him cry before. His eyes and the area around them was red. We'd never fought about anything before now. We'd only ever played around or pretended.

"No matter what you do Daniel Couper," I said cocking my head to the side, "I can never seem to stay mad at you for long." 

He started crying harder. Crying tears of relief. He was falling apart. I'd never seen him be so emotional. I stretched my arms and put my hand on one of his shoulders. I used my other hand to smooth his hair. He reached up and took my hand. Placing it on the side of his face, he pulled me closer. We hugged each other tightly. I felt stupid. I'd misjudged him completely. "I'm so sorry." I said. He was holding my head to his shoulder. 

"It's ok. It'd be unbelievable if we didn't have a single slip up while we are going through all this." I understood what he meant. I sighed, and for a second, just a second, I forgot about everything, everyone and time. Daniel got up quickly. "We gotta go. I'm sorry, " he said. "Come on." He jumped on the bike, patting the seat behind him. Shaking my head and laughing, I ran over.

"No chance, big man." I pushed him so he slid back in his seat. "I can ride this thing faster than you could any day." I sat down in front of him. I pushed my foot down on the gear. "Hold on." I told him.

"What do you mean, I've already ridden it?" he replied. I smiled.

"Not the way it should be ridden though." I kicked off. And boy did he find out what I meant. He flung his arms around my waist as though his life depended on it. If I went any faster, then it would. Knowing Daniel, he'd probably have thought there was a speed limit. He was wrong. In the Overdrive, everything went fast. Motors, electricity, life.

 I remembered speeding down these lanes as a kid with Tarrin. In this time and era, no one was too young for anything. There were no limits or restrictions. Tarrin and I had ridden our hover boards everywhere. And after that, Will and I had gone everywhere together. I smiled sadly. Whatever Dan had up his sleeve this time, had something to do with them too. He said he was 'gonna get us all back." He never lies. That's why I always try to believe him. As you have already seen, I don't always, but I do try.


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