Alice in Creepsville

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Trafford Publishing, May 4, 2011 - Fiction - 196 pages
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It’s another cloudy day in Creepsville in early February. It’s always cloudy in Creepsville, muses fifteen-year-old orphan Alice Parks. But two events make this day different than all of the other dreary days in Creepsville. First, on her way to the high school, the sky fills with bats. Second, there’s a new boy in her classes. When Knight smiles, she sees fangs. But when Alice’s best friends, Anne and Alex, disappear, and Alice is attacked, she becomes frantic. Knight seems willing to help, but can he be trusted? Halfway home it began to get dark; for some reason I kept feeling an uneasy feeling. “Alice Parks?” “What?” Before I could turn, a hand was around my mouth with cloth. “Got you ...” What the ... ?! “Where are your friends?” It’s kind of hard to answer you when you’re covering my mouth, dude! “You’ll have to do for now.” The man pressed the cloth into my nose, and everything became blurry. The next thing I could barely see was the man being attacked by bats and me on the floor, and I could hear Knight’s voice. ... Finally ... everything went from blurry to pitch black ...
 

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