"For the tenth time, we are not!" Ermi was shouting.
The sun could now be seen, as we had exited the Enchanting Forest, and were now flying above what I had forced myself to forget.
'The Lake' isn't actually something that would scare most people, except if they were afraid of water, but when you see what's in that enormous lake, you won't want to go near it ever, I repeat, ever again.
I remember when I read a book about ancient Greek legends. One of them mentioned the monster Hydra, a twelve-headed dragon, which was...
Walking through the Plaza Road, the girls and I kept chatting. Talking with them somehow seemed better than talking with Mao and Noe. Maybe it was because we were from the same planet, we knew the same places. I finally felt like I was talking with someone I knew for years. I was so into the conversation that I didn't pay any attention at all at my surroundings. We kept talking about our hometowns, I learnt things about Waterich Village and Leina city that I had never heard before! After hearing about their homes, I asked for how their Crystal glowed.
Sighing, I got up, picked up my white backpack and walked out, followed by my older brother. I closed my eyes because of the sudden light of the bright sun. I wouldn't keep them closed for long, though, because of my excitement to see Zinonos city again...
What I saw when I opened them again seemed completely different from what I remembered. Only one single thing hadn't changed.
The city was floating.
That would probably seem weird to most people. Even I, who was born in Zinonos, sometimes found it weird. My grandfather told me that the members of the Grand Ecclesia made the city float....
Author's note: In this chapter, I have done what I love doing the most- describing places. So, you can simply skip those parts if they bore you. If not, please read them, and tell me how I can get better!
"So, did you enjoy the landing?" Ermi asks jokingly.
"No I didn't!" I exclaim, breathing heavily.
I certainly didn't. I really loved seeing my world again, but hey, I'm not a professional! Sandilia was flying so fast towards the planet that I felt like we were going to crash, straight into the ground! Also, the pressure of the landing was just too much, as if I was diving into...
A placed my pencil down, right next to my notebook. Finally, homework done. I really hate exams, so many hours of studying. The worst part is that, I promised to my parents that I'd give my best at the second term, and I can't break that promise. I was taught to never break promises.
I sigh, and look out of my room's wide-opened window. It was Summer, outside it was burning hot. I wasn't used to it yet, even though I've been living in this planet for about two years now.
Yes, this planet. Planet Earth, as the people here call it.