A Compass Points The Way

Part 9 Sebastian fished in Silvia’s pocket for the compass, so he could get a good look at it. He opened the instrument to reveal the arrow pointing east—which was directly behind him.  He pulled the human onto his back as fast as possible, which wasn’t difficult with her petite body type. The Protadon backed... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 8 Silvia stared at him in disbelief for what felt like minutes, but was merely a handful of seconds. She opened her mouth to say something, ready to tear him a new one for scaring the crap out of her. Without warning, he lunged at her and put his fingers to her temples, making... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 7 The car stopped before it hit Silvia, much to her relief. The man kept walking like he hadn’t almost killed someone, and she stared at him like a deer in headlights. He looked an awful like the group of strange people she had seen back at the movie theater, and wondered if he... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 6 The car stopped before it hit Silvia, much to her relief. The man kept walking like he hadn’t almost killed someone, and she stared at him like a deer in headlights. He looked an awful like the group of strange people she had seen back at the movie theater, and wondered if he... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 5 That struck her as an odd request and looked up, not thinking much of it. “Why would I freak-”The words died on Silvia’s tongue when she saw bodies hanging from the ceiling. They weren’t exactly “hanging”, more like being suspended by an invisible force high off the ground. Their eyes were closed, and... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 4 “Fine, but only for a few minutes,” Silvia caved. “I don’t want to be in the theater when they get back.”Sebastian smiled in eagerness and grabbed the human’s forearm to pull her over to the front doors of the abandoned movie theater. She watched with a childlike fascination as the Protadon swung his... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 3 After getting something to eat, Sebastian and Silvia pulled out the bikes in the garage. He said they had to make a quick stop before setting out to his grandfather’s and the human let him lead the way. She was becoming increasingly concerned of how much trust she was willing to put in... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 2 A blue ball of light materialized in between Sebastian’s hands and took the shape of a flame. The dark azure horns that had been present for only a moment the night before emerged from his forehead. The veins running up his arms and neck pulsated with an indigo-colored glow. He held the blaze... Continue Reading →

A Compass Points The Way

Part 1 The blaring noise that was “The Circle of Life” from the Lion King woke Silvia from her deep sleep. She reached over over to turn off the alarm on her phone, squinting her eyes from the morning sun. Macey, her younger step sister had changed it as a joke, and she sighed when... Continue Reading →

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