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The Sister Wars


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22 May 2010, 07:50 PM   #1
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Last edited by soulflower136, 22 May 2010
Preview(like on the inside cover of a book).

I love my little island home, but sometimes, it's just not enough.

Zoey and Julia may not be blood sisters, but they love each other just the same. They
spend almost every minute of every day together on Beachlow Island, riding around the town
on their bikes and playing made-up games. They were a perfect pair; Zoey was always the
wild child, the leader, always so confident, while Julia was the quiet, well-behaved girl.
And whenever Zoey wanted something, Julia knew better than to get in the way. However,
when Noelle comes to their school, both Zoey and Julia fall for him; hard. Zoey is
positive Noelle is The One for her, and thinks she doesn't have to worry about Julia
trying to get to him. But Julia is tired of standing in the shadows, and goes for him,
too. What happens when Julia, now fighting for her independence and trying to find out who
she really is, decides to be the leader for a change; and when Zoey tries everything she
can . . . to stop it?

22 May 2010, 08:31 PM   #2
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Preface

We were coasting down the side of the beach, soaring on our bikes, searching for the
perfect shells. Well, it was really only me who wanted the shells. Zoey honestly couldn't
care less. Sure, she thinks they're pretty, but that's basically it. So in reality,
I was searcing for shells, and Zoey was zooming around, pretending she was a race
car drvier.

"She's getting cloer to the finish line...going pretty fast, but will she make it? Ah!
Mike Peel has passed her up! Ohh, man, she does not look too happy. Wait-what's she
doing-is she-she is- she's switching to overdrive! Zoey Meddal is going faster than
lightning! And now she crosses the finish line, beating Peel by two and a half seconds!
And the crowd goes wild!" Zoey screams as she does spins and curves on the sand. She rides
dangerously close to me.

"Hey, watch it!" I shout, but she doesn't hear me. I'm about to ride over to her when I
spot something shining in the afternoon sun. I get off my bike and go over to it. It's
halfway in the shallow water, half covered in wet, brown sand. but the part that's
sticking out is smooth, shiny, clean. I gently pull on it, and see that it's a perfect,
pink conch shell, not a single crack in it. I put it up to my ear to see if I can hear the
ocean, like you see in the movies. And I do, but there's something else. It's almost like
someone is trying to say something but the wind carries their words away. 

"Hey, Zo, look what I found!" I shout, waving my arm to get her attention. She doesn't
notice me. "Zoey! ZOEY!" I wave both arms now, but she's too far down the beach to see. I
give up and walk over to my bike and sit down. For the next five minutes, I listen to the
shell, but I can't understand anything. Then, something spectacular happens.

The wind starts blowing really hard, and the water gets rougher. I see dolphins that have
been close to the sand, but now they're swimming away. There's five of them, and they're
making that sound that dolphins make that's hard to describe. I then feel a raindrop on my
hand, then four more, but when I look up, the sky is blue, with no rainclouds. But there
is one cloud that looks a little funny-looking. . . . like it's in the shape of a heart. 

I get this strange feeling, like something just happened, but I don't know what. I feel
the impulse to check the time; on my watch it says 1:49 PM. I get deja vu, as if this has
happened before, and then it continues and in my mind I see myself holding the shell to my
ear. So I do, and practically throw it on the ground. 

Because when I held that conch shell up to my ear, I heard somebody say ver clearly, as if
they were standing right next to me: "Hello."

24 May 2010, 08:28 PM   #3
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PLEASE comment!

24 May 2010, 10:36 PM   #4
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Wow, it's good! I LOVE it!

28 May 2010, 01:13 AM   #5
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She left the club... D:

29 May 2010, 01:28 AM    #6
The Founder
Joined: 2 Apr 2009
Posts: 350
It was actually me, it was my second account. I deleated the account but I'm gonna keep
going with the story on this one.
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