Jac's story: chapter sevenOkay, where is she? she asked. I was as confused as ever. Who? I asked. She frowned at me. You know who I mean, Jac. She said. I was in shock. G-Gaz I asked. You heard her too?? she scoffed. No duh. Of course I heard her I heard you both singing so, where is she? I ran up to Gaz, and hugged her. She shoved me off. What the heck is your problem?! she yelled. I fell to the floor; crying and repeating over and over, Im not crazy Im not crazy Gaz looked a little scared. She ran out of the room, fear in her eyes. I wiped my eyes and sniffled. Jac if youre still there, tell me; why did you come back? I asked to nobody. A quiet, and yet somewhat hard to understand response came from thin air. Because I lo you god me second chance .to tell you .god ZIM is now suffering for wha
Earth Angel"You have failed me again, Kex. I am not pleased. Master Hek said.
My apologies, sir. I bowed my head.
You have only apologies, yet you fail again and again. I am beginning to regret accepting you to be my apprentice. He said a twang of anger in his voice.
"I understand, Master. I lifted my head. "Give me one more chance, and I can prove myself."
Only one more chance. If you fail me, there will be serious consequences. I will fax you the message. Good night, apprentice."
Good night, father. Nevertheless, the screen had already gone dark.
Out of my printer, a sheet with writing on it slid out and I read it.
Kex: Here is your next mission. You must retrieve a very powerful stone. To acquire it, you must earn the trust of a lowly humani