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Article by Lena_t posted 8 months ago
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And I finally did it!

Chapter 13

Moments later, Lumina and Kuda sat miserably on the floor of the dungeon. The bars across the cell looked like teeth in a giant shark’s mouth. There was no way to escape. Caligo’s eel cronies—Murray, Garth, and Wormwood—guarded them.
“If you ask me,” grumbled Kuda, “the only thing eels are good for is sushi.”
Garth leaned in and growled at them. Grrrr.
Kuda cowered behind Lumina.
''I don’t understand,” Lumina said to Murray. “What do you want with us?”
“Patience, patience, my dear,” Murray hissed. “You’ll find out soon enough.” He slithered along a stone column.
Something about the way he moved jogged Lumina’s memory. “Wait, I remember you—from the reef. Aren’t you a friend of my aunt’s?”
Garth and Wormwood giggled.
“Oh, I’d hardly say friend,” Murray said. “Your aunt and I are more like business associates.”
Kuda raised an eyebrow. Something about this seemed fishy. “Oh, yeah? What kind of business?”
Article by Lena_t posted 8 months ago
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Chapter 8

As Lumina wondered what to do, the salon phone rang and the octopus lunged for it. “Salon La Mer! Madame Ruckus speaking. You bet, ma’am, we can squeeze you in before the ball—four o’clock tomorrow?” She penciled something in an appointment book with one tentacle. She used a second tentacle to apply more blush to a customer and two more to sweep hair from the floor and help a teenage mermaid pick a style from a glossy magazine.
Eight arms sure come in handy in this place, Lumina mused.
“Madame Ruckus!” another customer called.
“Hang on, honey,” she replied. “I can only do eight things at once!”
All this activity made Lumina dizzy—in a good way. Sure, she had styled Kuda’s mane hundreds of times, but it had always been just for fun. She couldn’t imagine being an actual stylist, creating new looks every day in such a busy and exciting place.
Just then, Kuda tugged on her arm and pointed out the front window. “Scylla’s coming!” the sea horse warned. “Quick—disguise hair!”
Article by Lena_t posted 8 months ago
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Chapter 5

A short while later, after they had packed only the essentials into Lumina’s pearl purse, Kuda and Lumina set off through the sea.
“This has to be the right way,” Lumina said, examining her surroundings. They swam through a colorful coral reef, passing schools of tropical fish and fields of anemones along the way. “I’ve seen Aunt Scylla head this way every time she goes to town.
Suddenly, Lumina stopped. Kuda bumped right into her. Oof! On the wall in front of them, red-orange fire coral rose as far as the eye could see.
“It’s a dead end,” Lumina stated.
“Darn,” Kuda said, pretending to be dis-appointed. “We gave it our best. Let’s go home.”
But Lumina wasn’t ready to give up. She examined the wall more closely, looking for some way around it. She noticed a tiny opening high above. “There!” she exclaimed.
“Where?” Kuda replied, not looking all that closely.
“That opening! I bet that’s her shortcut through the coral,” Lumina reasoned, swimming toward it.