Children of the Fallen: Chapter TwoChildren of the Fallen: Chapter Two1 month ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The final bell rang out with a piercing scream as children clumsily gathered up their book bags and hurried out of their classroom doors while teachers tried desperately to call out last minute assignments and goodbyes. Swarms of students pushed through the halls as they fought to get to their cars or buses to escape the academic prison for another weekend.
Ysabel was already outside in the front of the school, casually spread out on one of the benches with a sketch book in her hands as she scribbled across the pages. Her dark green eyes glazed over the page and she furiously took her eraser and rubbed away the lines.
“You like drawing?” Came a soft yet dark tone. Her eyes flicked up, not bothering to move her head to find it was the Nephilim. “Can I see?” She rejected him with a simple glance back down to the page, causing him to let out an exasperated sigh. “Look, you don’t have to be so cold.” He grumbled. “We’re practically the
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"Hold on a minute Mum, I can't find my charger!" Her son's muffled yell replied.
"And you didn't think about this last night because?" Yuki rubbed her eyes. He was deliberately stalling. He had only started packing a week ago in the hope that the move wouldn't materialise, another throwaway plan like his father's brief attempt at learning the violin. The family had had barely ten 'big' arguments in thier life together and most of them had been in the past four months. Ever since her husband Sohei had lost his job at the magazine only a year after she herself had lost hers. With no money coming in, they had been offered a home with Yuki's mother until they got back on thier feet. The only problem with this arrangement was proximity to the city of Kamurra, or lack of it. Hana lived in a quaint house deep in picturesque, mountainous countryside with only a few close knit neighbours nearby. The nearest