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Author:Kristy E. Carter [Carter, Kristy E.]

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Published: 2019-05-06T22:00:00+00:00

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Maiden’s Peak by Kristy E. Carter

SEVEN

I was now sitting in the snow, and flakes drifted down around me. The evergreen trees were covered in the fine substance. I did not feel cold, I noticed right away. This must be a dream, I thought to myself, sighing. Was I asleep or unconscious?

There was a noise behind me, and I turned around. Leaning against a tree nearby was Thorn. I got up and walked over to him, calling his name. “Are you okay?”

 

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Author:Kristy E. Carter [Carter, Kristy E.] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Kristy E. Carter [Carter, Kristy E.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Liminal Books

Published: 2019-05-06T22:00:00+00:00
SEVEN

I was now sitting in the snow, and flakes drifted down around me. The evergreen trees were covered in the fine substance. I did not feel cold, I noticed right away. This must be a dream, I thought to myself, sighing. Was I asleep or unconscious?

There was a noise behind me, and I turned around. Leaning against a tree nearby was Thorn. I got up and walked over to him, calling his name. “Are you okay?”

“No, and neither are you,” Thorn said. “We’re buried. Wake up.”

My eyes widened. “I don’t know how,” I said to him. I didn’t know whether he was real or part of my imagination, but I was scared. “What do I do?”

“You’re the dreamer,” Thorn said. “I need you to move when I lift the rocks.”

“What?”

Thorn said, “There’s no time. Move.”

The dream melted away, and I blinked in the darkness. “Thorn?”

There was no reply, but I felt the boulders begin to vibrate, and I tensed. Slowly they shifted and rolled, and I took a deep breath. He had come to my dream, so I bit my lip and tried to envision the rocks moving. After a stronger vibration, the rocks floated up into the air, and I stared at them hovering above us. I found Thorn and scrambled over to where he was lying on the floor. Gaping at the rocks, he appeared just as surprised as me.

“Come on,” I said, tugging his coat sleeve.

He rolled over with a grimace and followed me across the floor. We dug the snow out and climbed through the opening. Thorn looked back at the rocks hanging in the air, and they suddenly came crashing down. Cringing at the loud noise and dust, we backed instinctively away from the entrance.

“Did you just tap into my telekinesis?” Thorn asked, eyeing me warily.

I eyed him back and shrugged. “I figured it was worth a shot. I mean, you stepped into my dreams, so I thought it might work.”

We stared at each other and began to laugh. We were cold, exhausted, and probably certifiably crazy. We had a lot going for us right then. We trudged through the snow in the general direction that the truck should be—if it were still there.

We were just about there when we saw Oliver and Ginger through the trees, running toward us. There were lights and sirens behind them. We undoubtedly looked frightful. We were cut, bruised, and disheveled. Thorn was walking with a bit of a limp, and I was cradling my arm.

Ginger embraced me, crying with relief. “You guys are okay!”

“Barely,” Thorn said, and Oliver braced his brother as we walked to meet the EMTs rushing over to us. In short order, we were in the back of the ambulance getting checked over. The EMTs said we were lucky that we’d gotten out with just the wounds we had. They insisted on taking us to the hospital for treatment of a fractured leg and possible broken arm. Oliver agreed, and we were soon on our way to the hospital in separate ambulances.

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