Extraction

Extraction

By:  Pearl sunshine  Ongoing
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Lisa Higgins, on a new school year, is back looking fresh, blossomed and beautiful than she'd ever been and expects her return to school to be full of surprises and exciting adventure never to be forgotten. But on that same school year, a threat of a deadly virus by an anonymous scientist is tormenting the world globally. Lisa's life takes a sudden and swift turn when she began to see clues and receive texts from an unknown number, regarding the virus to be released into the atmosphere and when she suddenly realizes the delusional scientist's first target might be her town or her high school, she's thrown head-first and deeper into tangles of deep mysteries and historical family backgrounds to be unraveled. Despite being depressed, Lisa would do anything in her power to save her friends and family incognito mode.

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14 chapters
Prologue
When the zombie apocalypse began and the virus broke out, we were left on our own, defended ourselves and stood the best chance of staying alive; the big land masses could have been a mess with the virus mutating as it ran through such large populations but it never really was left out for too long. We were locked up, together, quarantined with such deranging humans that had no ability to reason other than the thoughts of us being food for their starving belly and added nutrients to their malnourished, withering skin which consisted mostly of wobbly bones and virus.   The navy patrolled the school building from outside, big guns and weapons, with the fighter jets in the skies. No-one got in or out once it began - it was either a "total shut-out" or everyone would get infected.   It was supposed to be the most important year of my life, the year I turned sixteen, had fun, made new friends and have a boyfriend that was my dream dude — but noth
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Chapter 1
"We going to - partey!" It was almost six o'clock on a Friday evening, the early September summer sky a lazy shade of periwinkle. The weather was still aggravatingly warm, a dry kind of warm that made me feel certainly restless about when my friends were going to come pick me up so we'd spend the evening in our other rich friend's pool party - if she didn't have a last minute change of plan. I spent the afternoon lingering close to the door, the windows, munching on snacks and listening to music while I anxiously awaited them. But when Shelly Courtney pulled up in front of my house, looking adorable and extremely hot in her black Infiniti that she had gotten on her sixteenth birthday just before the holiday, the rain had began drizzling a bit and it was way past the time she'd promised. Shelly's pale blonde hair was smoothed back in a tight pony tail that bounced off her shoulder-rich and silky
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Chapter 2
"What the—?" I jerked back and clasped my hands over my mouth to obstruct a terrifying shriek from escaping my lips. Behind me, I heard a gasp escape Shelly's lip and then finally, a screech. My back was leaned against her, probably already crushing her against her own door in an attempt to stay far away from my own window as possible.  "What is that? What the fuck is that?" Shelly was panicking — her voice was in a way husky, yet squeakish — if that combination was normal. The thud against the window wasn't something too strong enough to even cause a dent, but it sure was alarming, especially when the black blur that I later made out to be a average sized fat mother cat stopped dead and slid down the window to remain immobile and unmoving, leaving in its wake a single trail of blood on the window. Shelly had probably been going too fast that we both didn't notice the fat cat about to cross. We were surrounded by more than hundred trees. It seemed like t
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Chapter 3
"Maybe it isn't exactly like corona, but it definitely is a virus-" "Like an empty threat, perhaps." "But boy. . .people can be weird. It could just be a national threat, that might be occuring right here in our small hometown." "Exactly." "But the scientists realized that it does have symptoms. Yeah, symptoms. Nobody has been complaining yet about anything related to the supposed threat. But everyone's panicking. Not just here but it's global and world-wide and it seems like Lakeville is the first targeted location. But the question is where is this virus gonna be breaking out?" "We don't know-" "Exactly! No one knows, but it could be at public places like the school, hospitals, churches or even at our town's mall. It's a moment of hysteria in Lakeville. . .cause no one knows anything. Everybody is in the
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Chapter 4
The rest of the drive, both I and Shelly remained silent, neither of us speaking a word or expressing our feelings, pretending to listen to the rap song playing on the car's radio. Shelly Courtney's house was at the very outskirt of town. It was back then, the only house that was at the town's outskirt at the very end of the bus route. It was set back from the street, always hidden completely by thick evergreens, with sharp points of its Tudor roof poking out above the peaks of the green. At least that was what it always looked like in the day, when the evergreens weren't looking like giant, spooky shadow clouds obstructing the sky. Shelly continued to drive down the long, shady road connecting the main road to her house. As soon as we stepped under the shades of the dark trees, I felt as if entering another world, and naturally, my defenses went up.  After a bend  in the wooded road, I could finally see the house emerge ahead of us. Unlike on my own street
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Chapter 5
  "Maybe it isn't exactly like corona, but it definitely is a virus-"   "Like an empty threat, perhaps."   "But boy. . .people can be weird. It could just be a national threat, that might be occuring right here in our small hometown."   "Exactly."   "But the scientists realized that it does have symptoms. Yeah, symptoms. Nobody has been complaining yet about anything related to the supposed threat. But everyone's panicking. Not just here but it's global and world-wide and it seems like Lakeville is the first targeted location. But the question is where is this virus gonna be breaking out?"   "We don't know-"   "Exactly! No one knows, but it could be at public places like the school, hospitals, churches or even at our town's mall. It's a moment of hysteria in Lakeville. . .cause no one knows anything. Everybody is in the dark and it's mentally kil
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Chapter 6
"Oh. So-sorry. I didn't mean to bump into you," I apologized, stuttering slightly. The boy that stood before me looked intimidating enough to get me stuttering. Baylor Allantoi was partially still a new student that transferred to our school the previous year, arriving within the same time range as Andrew Penna. He was in a senior class and might as well as being from another planet. He didn't play on any sports teams, didn't go to football games, and mostly kept to himself, other than his occasional outings with the skateboarder guys who often ditched classes to smoke cigarettes near the service entrance of the school's cafeteria. He smoldered of danger and mystery and had an actual tattoo, and it wasn't some silliness he had given himself with a marker and a pin. Teachers despised him and most kids, sophomores especially feared him. His senior class arrangement was a curious arrangements of the required gym class period, wood shop, auto body wo
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Chapter 7
When Shelly pulled in front of my house, few hours later in the evening, my heart ached a little when I noticed that neither my parents nor Dane's car was in the driveway. Then, it was already few minutes past nine. Entering a dark house by myself was my least favorite part of any day. I wished Shelly could hang around for a little longer before she had to drop Tamara off at the next street. At least, I thought, Buttercup would be happy to see me.  "See you tommorow, Lisa!"  Behind me, as I proceeded into our yard, my friends called out to me. I turned around and waved not so enthusiastically at them. Shelly had her arm propped against the car window, as she stared hopefully at me. By her side, Tamara pushed the glasses upon her bridge and waved at me. She had on long sleeved cashmere sweater that engulfed her whole arms and left off just the tips of her fingers and her hair was pac
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Chapter 8
"I hate to admit this, Lisa. But I'm scared." I seldom saw Shelly cry, saw I had a feeling it couldn't be reality. My dreams were vivid but joint. They began with images of Shelly. We were at her house, eating popcorns and watching a horror movie with the others while discussing about boys that'd we'd love to date and celebrities we'd love to meet. Swiftly, the images shifted like a bad TV channel and I found myself propelling fast through her hallways, heart pounding erratically against my ribcage. I could hear Shelly's voice, talking and laughing from a distance and I could hear myself giving her replies even though I wasn't really there. The voice echoed through the dark hallways and floated in the air. Shadows and silhouettes followed closely behind me, closing in, like to drag me into unending darkness. Then suddenly, I was at the school's deserted hallway.  My gut tingled in anticipation. I could hear Shelly's
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Chapter 9
In school, I panicked within myself throughout the classes, unable to find an excuse perfect enough to give my friends on why I couldn't and wouldn't be able to go to the homecoming game two towns from ours. Shelly and Mae had made the perfect arrangements for our traveling. We were to meet in front of the library 3:45 pm after classes and Mae's basketball practice. Naturally, Tamara ought to have gone with the cheerleaders in the school's coaster bus but had decided to go and hang out with us and join the cheerleaders at the game.My head throbbed with anxiety the more I thought of the disappointed looks and heart breaks my friends were going to pass across to me through their expressions when I told them I wouldn't be able to go with them to watch the game. During history class, I held my throbbing head in my palms and placed it on the table. I had a lot of things bothering me that I couldn't even start mentioning to people, including my very best friend
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