Another death? How morbid is this?
'Bring me some clothes,' Alex, the Son of the Morning Star demanded, 'For I know now that I am naked.'
Erm, yeah.. By now if you've read the rest of the chapters before you'll know that I fail epically at the little description that's meant to be here. =P
This was another project for school but it wasn't for Mr. K this time. It was for Ms. Ladieu, so, eh. In my handwriting this was 14 pages, but typed up it's a measley four! FOUR! That works, though, because the original assignment was a short story at least four pages long. I'm sure 14 would've just been overwhelming. Anywho I hope you enjoy this, because even though the whole Lip Sync thing is rather random I didn't have a choice (she made us pick a simile and a setting. Mine were 'white as a ghost' and 'at the lip sync', soo...) I hope you can live with the randomness. I tried.
If you don't laugh at this one I'll take it as an insult. ;-)
In this chapter, Hanni tries to reawaken a comatose Murvy. In the meantime, Mora prepares Hanni for his journey to the dark underworld. Back in the present, Brant encounters an old friend, and a possible clue that can help him rescue his nephew.