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.


24. 5 years earlier- Welcome to London

I couldn’t believe what had just happened as we sat there wondering what to do next.

“I thought that the infection only affected adults,” Miranda said sounding panicked as she sat there leaning on Mason.

“So did I but I guess we were wrong,” Mason said glancing around looking edgy, “Hey can we move on I feel strange staying here.”

“Fine we will go now,” Josie said as we stood up and carried on walking.

“Hey are you alright that must have been hard,” Rebecca said smiling at me as we walked in time with each other.

“Yeah but it is tough and surprising,” I said and we carried on walking next to each other heads down mumbling softly as we went. I didn’t look up until I was about to hit a tree I screamed and Mason only just pulled me out of the way before I just hit it.

“You really have to be more careful,” Mason said as I gave him a sorry look and carried on to catch up with Rebecca. It took a long time and a lot of walking but eventually we made it to somewhere that both Miranda and Mason knew really well.

“Welcome to London,” Miranda said smiling as we entered the massive ruins of the once great city.

“Or at least what’s left of it,” Mason muttered as we walked through the towers that were once skyscrapers. I looked at all of the broken buildings and the road that had been pulled up and littered with debris.

“The monsters did that,” I said shocked, “How is that even possible.” I yelped as I stepped on a hand and Rebecca burst out laughing.

“No the monsters killed everybody but the before and after did most of the damage,” Mason said stepping over a severed leg and trodding on someone’s chest.

“Earthquakes what earthquakes?” I said puzzled, “I didn’t feel any earthquakes.”

“Of cause you didn’t you lived in the north when they happened but down south there were lots of earthquakes rocking the city,” Miranda said, “I’m pretty sure that’s what caused the infection.” I frowned.

“Does London get earthquakes a lot?” I asked frowning at Mason.

“Recently yes but normally no,” Mason said, “Now come on we have to go.”

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