Andy s’ eyes slowly opened to reveal an image of the room slowly blurring into focus.
He was in a dark room, with a small sliver of light from gas lights from the ceiling, defining book cases
A girl with unruly blonde hair and eyes that oozed insanity came storming through the main door first,
her coat trailing behind her like a cape. A boy around Andy s’ age followed. He wasn’t the greatest
athlete Andy had ever seen, being as skinny as he was and having long hair that kept getting in his eyes,
he looked like that sort who would spent most of his free time on the computer than playing sports.
Finally a slightly smaller boy charged in. He looked fairly similar to a squirrel. It was clear to Andy that this was all of them, seeing as they forced the doors they had just come through shut and locked them. Once they were sure the door was locked, the girl took a minute to look around the room they had just entered.
“How do you mean?” Andy asked.
“Just stop thinking about it, and it’ll go away” the girl said, maternally.
“So who are you?” He asked.
“I’m Elsa” said the girl “And that’s Jared” she said, referring to the taller boy.
“And I’m Lloyd” said the squirrel.
“Where am I? How did I get here?”
“You’re in the Library” Jared replied, as Elsa made her way to the door on the opposite side of the room,
“What? You’re asking me?” Andy exclaimed.
“Well you could have told me you’d fixed that!” Elsa cried from the other side of the room.
“I was going to tell you but between the fighting and the running I didn’t have much time” Lloyd replied,
“Hey, I can remember something s” Lloyd said as he approached.
“Well yeah, but they weren’t as precise as we’d wanted” Elsa said from the other side of the room.
“Elsa needs you to check the door” Lloyd said to Jared.
“What can you remember?” Andy asked.
“I can remember living in London” Lloyd said, his eyes fogging up.
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