Author: Pendrop PM
Saito was a boy found dangerously close to death at the front gate of Shiki Arasawa's home. But not only did he recover in a matter of hours, but he had amnesia. Is he telling the truth? Or is he running away from a past only a lie can tell?Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Fantasy - Chapters: 8 - Words: 16,832 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 05-28-12 - Published: 03-26-12 - id: 3008330
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Dr. Kairo was tired. Not so much the 'I-need-sleep' tired, but more like the 'I'm-working-too-hard' tired. It annoyed him to the core to go to the laboratory everyday, and today, it angered him even more. Today, March 1, 2020, was the day the Human Project would end, and everything would be thrown away. Dr. Kairo grumbled and groaned under his breath as he threw test tubes, papers, and his favorite coffee machine into the furnace. 'Nothing will be left' they said. 'We cannot be found out' they mumbled. Dr. Kairo found it all to be a pain, especially disposing the experiments. Each experiment had taken 2 years to develop, and they had to be created one at a time. The last one, Experiment LIE, took much longer than the rest: 5 years. Dr. Kairo made sure that he was the first to go. Dr. Kairo used a mechanic crane to remove the giant glass chamber holding Experiment LIE from its hinges and over a giant chute used for 'unburnable' garbage.
"Dr. Kairo!" The man who called him, Dr. Akai, hastily walked to him with a flushed face. "Dr. Kairo, we must leave. They've already set up the charges and the countdown has begun!"
"Oh," Dr. Kairo said nonchalantly. "That's a problem."
"Hurry and dispose of that thing and let's go!" Dr. Akai beckoned for Dr. Kairo to quickly finish and leave.
"Alright, alright." Dr. Kairo lazily lifted his hand and hit the big red button on the control panel. Instantly, the chamber fell through the chute.
"C'mon! Let's go!"
"Alright. I suppose the ride back home will be pretty long…" Dr. Kairo turned around and followed Dr. Akai out. Then, the explosions began, and almost everything crumbled.