Roger Zelazny Jan 15 Roadmarks Essay

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ook 1 11/19/15 Roadmarks by Roger Zelazny Jan 15 I couldn't tell if I was dreaming any more. All the past nights were blended into a collage of questions. As always I was in the old blue pickup but this time I was the driver. In the blazing desert on the small highway. I was approaching the roadmark, I was about to wake up. I heard the whoosh of wings, this is when I should wake up. But this time I didn't wake up, and the monster didn't stop chasing me. I waited for it to attack me but it didnt, it didnt do anything but fly. I must have been dreaming because I couldn't stop driving, and the road never ended. It was almost peaceful if it wasn't for the dragon. Book 2 11/30/15 The invisible man by H.G. Wells The people never stopped. Everyday at noon, workers from all over the town would leave work for lunch. People used to stop and eat under the trees in the park but everyone got busy. No one had time to talk or relax. Few people went to the park except for me. I lived in the park and I would always watch people. In all of my time watching, there were few people who interested me. But there was one man, he wore black head to toe. A long black trenchcoat with a black hat, he always pulled the hat down over his face. He walked quickly wherever he went, with urgency with each step. He never stopped to look around.…show more content…
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