War has destructive consequences. It brings out the worst in human beings. Xavier’s story is a prime example of this…
The T-Rex roared, its huge foot coming down right next to us. I noticed it had giant feathers sprouting out of its leathery skin.
Trouble seems to follow us everywhere and when a mysterious murder crops up, we have to find out more. But this could be more deadly than we expected.
There I was dangling from my neck, my life at the fingertips of a sadistic science teacher. My hands were fumbling at my neck, desperately trying to loosen the rope.
Eight friends go on a trip to France, only to find themselves in a deadly nest of designer experts and reminiscent killers. A fashion fiasco. Can they help?
Children in the school have been fainting a lot. What could be the reason? It’s up to me and my friends to find out. But can we help before it’s too late?
She pointed inside the toilets and Rudy cautiously went in, waiting for a volley of girls to scream at him. Instead, he was greeted by a deathly silence; a silence louder than any noise could possibly have been.
I had no eyes for anyone but Rose. I was mesmerised by the radiant beauty before me. At long last, the priest said ‘I pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.’
And here I was, thinking about my own self when my best friend just died. His parents and Marie would have to face the dreaded telegraph boy with news that they’d never want to here in a million years. I had to escape.
She destroyed Elena’s phoenix and replaced it with a different one to make it look as if there really was a spirit at work! And that’s why the equations were all wrong! She obviously wasn’t her Maths teacher’s favourite.