Thursday, 9 June 2016

The last two men

Setting: Christchurch, New Zealand
Theme: Action
Characters: Joey, Adam
Plot: Joey is trying to search for other survivors.
Conflict:  Joey and Adam are in trouble because there is a hurricane and earthquake

The last two men

It was colder than ice and Joey was the only survivor searching for other survivors. Joey needed help himself as he had bruises and cuts all over his body. He didn’t have much power left to move. He was dead for sure if he didn’t get help soon, but hope was still standing.

An hour later Joey had made a fire to keep him warm and was bleeding out. From miles out of nowhere a man ran towards him and said “you must be a survivor.” Joey asked the man to help him so the man threw Joey a first aid kit. The man asked “what is your name?”. Joey replied “my name is Joey Wheeler. I used to live in the village over there.” Joey asked the man for his name and the man said “people called me Adam Dragneel. My family was murdered when I was 7. It’s been 17 years and I’ve stayed in the wood’s.” Joey said “my parents died in the earthquake that happened a month ago”.

Adam said to Joey “ we should get going Joey. It’s too dangerous here”.

Adam had given Joey some of his clothes to keep Joey warm because Joey had ripped his clothes and was shivering. Adam and Joey took off and found a car Adam had hot wired the car and got it going. Adam didn’t know how to drive and said to Joey “can you drive?” Joey hopped onto the driver's seat and took off. The car didn’t have much gas so they had to make the most of it.

Joey was driving at 100 miles an hour and to make it extra it had 200 horsepower. The car was speeding past cracks that made the car bump and was dangerous. After 45 minutes the car started to slow down because it had run out of gas. Joey pulled over when the car stopped. Both men got out of the car and walked. After 10 minutes they saw a village close by and towards it for safety. They found a building which was good to use even though it had a basement with dead people in it. From miles away you could hear thunder and it was not that far from the village. They had to get whatever they needed to take and leave.  

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