Author: Writing Lovers 5 and 7 PM
This is a story my friend wrote, and i promise you will like it! ON HIATUS!Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Suspense - Words: 849 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 06-01-12 - Published: 05-18-12 - id: 3023774
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Part One: A way to remember Her…. 2
CHAPTER ONE – JARED
CHAPTER TWO – ADAM
CHAPTER THREE – LACEY
CHAPTER FOUR – ADAM
CHAPTER FIVE – JARED
CHAPTER SIX – LACEY
CHAPTER SEVEN – JARED
CHAPTER EIGHT – ADAN
CHAPTER NINE – LACEY
CHAPTER TEN – HAZEL
CHAPTER ELEVEN – JARED
CHAPTER TWELVE – JARED
CHAPTER THIRTEEN – ADAM
CHAPTER FOURTEEN – SOPHIE
CHAPTER FIFTEEN – HAZEL
CHAPTER SIXTEEN – JARED
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN – SKYE
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN – JARED
CHAPTER NINETEEN – ADAM
CHAPTER TWENTY – JARED
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE – LACEY
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO – GINNELLE
CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE – GINELLE
CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR – ELROY
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE – FAITH
CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX – HAZEL
CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN – ADAM
CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT – JARED
CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE – ADAM
CHAPTER THIRTY – JARED
"A WAY TO REMEMBER HER…"
Lacy Rose Chambers sat in class one day in the fourth grade; next to her were two trouble seeking boys, Jared Smith and Adam Johnson. They were passing notes during a very important discussion Mr. Burns was having with them about the book they were reading. And Lacey didn't like that one bit.
"Can someone tell me what they think our hero will encounter next?" Mr. Burns asked. Lacy
Lacey raised her hand up in the air, as she always did when the teacher asked a question. She was teacher's pet.
"I believe he will encounter a ghost, because he swore he saw the eyes move on the picture and he felt a cold chill when he walked outside on a bright day." Lacey answered, and by the smile Mr. Burns gave her, you knew she was right.
Lacey was beaming, but when she saw a note that Jared Smith passed to Adam Johnson, her smile faded and instantly became a scowl.
The note said: 'Lacey is such a know-it-all Teachers pet, isn't she?'
Adam laughed at the note and wrote back to Jared. 'Totally.'
It took all of Lacey's willpower not to say something to them, but the longer she kept her anger in, the weirder she felt. Something inside her seemed to be boiling over and burning, like fire.
The next second, to Lacey's amazement and to Adam Jonson's and Jared Smith's shock, the note burst into tiny flames and crumpled up into ash.
Jared and Adam looked into Lacey's pale face, wondering how on earth she did that. The boys were scared, angry, and confused, and just when Jared opened his mouth to say something, the recess bell rang, and everyone ran out of the classroom, grabbing balls, chalk, and jump ropes.
Lacey was scared but a little relieved about what had happened and ran out of the class, away from Jared and Adam. She ran to her favorite bench on the playground, right in front of the field, so she could watch the sixth graders play football.
But before someone even scored a touchdown, two boys arrived at her bench, bouncing a basketball. Jared Smith and Adam Johnson.
Lacey blushed bright red, and tried to escape them. But they were much quicker then she was. They blocked her path, and sat down on either side of her on the bench.
"What do you want?" She asked, sounding much braver than she really was.
From her right Adam Johnson spoke in a hushed tone.
"What did you do to that note? Why did it burst into flames?"
"I didn't do anything, I don't know what happened!"
"You did, you must have, before it caught fire you started muttering stuff, and suddenly, poof!" Jared motioned with his hands the small fire on the note.
"I – I did?" Lacey asked, terrified.
"Yeah," They said together.
But she still wasn't convinced, "I can't have, that's impossible! And there's no proof!"
"No, there's that burned up note –"
"But that's not proof that I did it! No one would be able to explain what happened and would think you've gone nuts!"
"Adam, let's go," Jared said. "She's not worth spending our whole recess on."
Adam nodded, and they left Lacey alone to watch boys tackle each other for the football.
But as a player just lost the ball, a loud growl emitted from behind the bench Lacy was on. She turned around, but nothing was there.
She turned back to the game, but at the same time, she heard the bush behind her rustle, and the sound of claws.
Lacey closed her eyes, mentally telling herself the noises were her imagination.
But before she could do anything else, an abnormal sized dog sunk its teeth into the back of Lacey's shirt and began to pull her out of the school.
"Jared! Adam! HELP ME! Anyone!" She screamed and struggled, as the beast pulled her out of the school gates.
But it was too late, before Jared, Adam, or anybody could reach her and bring her back to safety; she and the beast dog had gone.
And no one heard from the girl named Lacey Rose Chambers again for three whole, long, years.
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