Refuge Trilogy Book One Essay

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Refuge Trilogy Book 1
Refuge

Prologue

"The reports have been coming in for a few days. The cure is being given for free. For free to thousands in every major city in America on June 10th. People across America are asking what is the cure? I have said this before, but I will say it again, 'Only the government knows what the cure its. They are being very hush hush about it. If I knew what the cure was I would tell you.' The president said this a few days ago, 'I can't tell you what the cure is. All I can tell you is this, the cure is the answer to any problem you may have.' People across America are scared. They worry that the cure is some kind of virus the government will use to get rid of the weak. Would the government really do that?"
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Refuge Trilogy Book 1
Refuge

Prologue

"The reports have been coming in for a few days. The cure is being given for free. For free to thousands in every major city in America on June 10th. People across America are asking what is the cure? I have said this before, but I will say it again, 'Only the government knows what the cure its. They are being very hush hush about it. If I knew what the cure was I would tell you.' The president said this a few days ago, 'I can't tell you what the cure is. All I can tell you is this, the cure is the answer to any problem you may have.' People across America are scared. They worry that the cure is some kind of virus the government will use to get rid of the weak. Would the government really do that?" "We are getting breaking news from the white house. The president says, 'I have good news. I can tell you what the cure does. The cure improves all of the five senses. The cure also heals any sickness. You heard me right, any sickness.' Camera flash. Reporters ambush the president with questions. One question can be heard above all others though. What are the side effects of the cure?"

Chapter 1
Kat Veni

Ring-ring-ring. The alarm clock is the only thing that can pull me out of my nightmares. I wake shaking, trembling, and full of fear. Today is guaranteed to be a terrible day. Everyday is a terrible day. Today will make every other day seem... great. I climb out of bed as slowly as I can. I am not ready for what today will bring.

I walk

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