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Pike, Christopher - The Immortal

Pike, Christopher - The Immortal

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NO ONE DOES IT BETTER THAN
$3.99 U.S.$4.99 CAN.
THE IMMORTALTHE ETERNAL ENEMYROAD TO NOWHEREMONSTER MASTER OF MURDERCHAIN LETTER 2: THE ANCIENT EVILWHISPER OF DEATHBURY ME DEEPDIE SOFTLYWITCHSEE YOU LATER FALL INTO DARKNESSLAST ACTSPELLBOUNDGIMME A KISSREMEMBER MESCAVENGER HUNT
ALSO DONT MISS CHRISTOPHER PIKE'S WHODUNIT TRILOGY-
FINAL FRIENDS:THE PARTY THE DANCE THE GRADUATION
All available from Archway Paperbacks Published by Pocket Books
Tine Ancient City Was Alive.
I crested the hill and looked down at the ruins in the moonlight.The city was new.I blinked. Nothing changed, although everything already had.The city was alive.People, beautiful creatures in long, colored robes, walked among pillared walkways and sat upon marblechairs. Their long hair, gold and black and red, hung like shawls over their shoulders. They moved as if ina dream, or perhaps it was because I was in a dreamlike state. For I could not say how I felt at that
 
moment. I should have been in shock. But I didn't register what I saw as real because I no longer felthuman. I moved forward, toward them, wanting to be a part of them. Yet it was as if my feet no longertouched the ground. They floated and I drifted. I could vanish into space in an instant. It was good. I wasin the right place at the right time. I was coming home to a place beyond space and time. A portion of mymind left me then, and a larger part of my soul entered the void.I stepped into the city.I sat down on a smooth white seat.Someone noticed me. Then another. They smiled joyfully, hopefully.I closed my eyes and waited for them to come to me. To serve me.
Books by Christopher Pike
BURY ME DEEPCHAIN LETTER 2: THE ANCIENT EVILDIE SOFTLYTHE ETERNAL ENEMYFALL INTO DARKNESSFINAL FRIENDS #1: THE PARTYFINAL FRIENDS #2: THE DANCEFINAL FRIENDS #3: THE GRADUATIONGIMME A KISSTHE IMMORTALLAST ACTMASTER OF MURDERTHE MIDNIGHT CLUBMONSTERREMEMBER MEROAD TO NOWHERESCAVENGER HUNTSEE YOU LATERSPELLBOUNDWHISPER OF DEATHTHE WICKED HEARTWITCHAvailable from ARCHWAY PaperbacksFor orders other than by individual consumers, Archway Books grants a discount on the purchase of 
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copies of single titles for special markets or premium use. For further details, please write to the Vice-President of Special Markets, Pocket Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New 'fork, NY 10020.For information on how individual consumers can place orders, please write to Mail Order Department, ParamountPublishing, 200 Old Tkppan Road, Old Tkppan, NJ 07675.
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The sale of this book without its cover is unauthorized. If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that itwas reported to the publisher as "unsold and destroyed." Neither the author nor the publisher has received payment for the sale ofthis "stripped book."
This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either products of the author's imaginationor are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
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An Archway Paperback published byPOCKET BOOKS, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc.1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020Copyright © 1993 by Christopher Pike.All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever. Forinformation address Pocket Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020ISBN: 0-671-74510-7First Archway Paperback printing July 199310 98765432AN ARCHWAY PAPERBACK and colophon are registered trademarks of Simon & Schuster Inc.Cover art by Brian Kotzky Printed in the U.S.A. IL14+
Chapter 1
My sleep, as our plane neared Greece, changed, but I cannot say how. I would like to say that a dream,a vision maybe, entered my unconscious state and filled me with wonder and fear. But if this happened Icannot remember it. I do know I
sensed 
the approach of this ancient land before I awoke. I sensed it inthe same way a child senses home, and awakens, just before the parents pull the car into the driveway.The stir in my sleep was familiar. I was coming home—to a place I had never been before.Then I heard the captain's voice announcing that we had begun our descent. I opened my eyes and wasmomentarily blinded by the morning light, a morning that had never come so swiftly for me before. Theflight attendants had pulled up the window shades. Yawning, stretching, I glanced over at Helen DemetenShe was already wide awake and staring at me.
CHRISTOPHER PIKE 
"Are we there yet?" I asked."Fifteen minutes," Helen said."How long have I been asleep?"

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