Ziv's Backstory Chapter 6I flew threw space. I had been flying for a few hours and I think I had the hang of this whole voot thing.
"Computer, I need the closest and the safest planet right away, please." I commanded.
The computer made a bunch of beeping noises and the computer responded, "Destination-Earth."
I nodded and looked out the window, seeing a large planet that looked absolutely nothing like irk. "This is just temporary. I'll find a nice home in no time." I sighed to myself. The ship was getting closer and closer to the planet and suddenly I felt us dropping.
I pressed hard on the brakes, but the ship crashed hard into the ground, behind a large building. I opened the door and jumped out. "And now for a disguise..."
I looked through the options and finally found a decent one. Yellow smiley face t-shirt, jeans, converse, blue eyes, long, messy hair; no one would notice me. Perfect.
I put on the disguise. "Hm. I like it." I looked around.
"Now, computer," I mumbled, "Where can I learn about
Ziv's Backstory Chapter 5When I woke up the next morning, Mom wasn't on the table anymore. She was gone, forever. And I couldn't believe it.
Please, just let this be a dream... But I knew it wasn't. Mom was really gone. And I was really going to be stuck here forever.
"I see that you're awake." I heard my dad's voice say. I looked up and realized he was standing over me. "She's finally gone." He sighed happily, "And now it's just me and my son."
Now I wasn't just mad. I was amazingly, terribly, terrifyingly furious. And I was going to kill something.
And then I couldn't see anything. Everything just went black. I had no idea what was going on. And I couldn't control myself.
"Ziv... You're eyes... they're turning black..." I heard my fathers voice. And then I heard screams and crying.
What the hell... What's going on? Why can't I move? Why cant I speak?
Because you've gained your own strength, Ziv.
Was that my mom's voice...?
Mom? Is that you? I felt so stupid talking to my
Ziv's Backstory Chapter 4We were chained to large tables. I was beside my mother. I bit my lip, holding in sobs. I was scared, you would be too. I had no idea what I was supposed to do. I had to get us out of here. I looked around. My mom and I were both hooked up to those large life monitors. Not a good sign.
I examined the room for some sort of exit. Nothing I could see. The room was small. There were no doors or windows. There had to have been some sort of compartment. I needed to find it. I needed to save my mom.
Think hard, Ziv. Where would be a good spot for a compartment?
I looked quickly, looking everywhere. I didn't see anything. Maybe it was a transportation device? There had to be a way out... Right? Of course, there had to be. If we'd gotten in here, there had to be a way out. It couldn't have been impossible for me to figure out, my IQ being extremely high for a fourteen year old experiment.
My mom was stiff and quiet. I hated to see her like this. I knew that she was in deep trouble
Ziv's Backstory Chapter 3I cried for hours and hours and finally, a light came in through the door.
I looked up to see my mother. The only person I really trusted and loved. And from how she treated me, it seemed like she actually loved me too.
"I'm getting you out of here, Ziv. You've already spent fourteen years here. You don't deserve any more. Me and you are going to be happy from now on, okay?" She said while picking the lock of my cage door.
I nodded, relieved that I was getting out of this place. Maybe my life wouldn't suck for much longer.
She broke the lock and the cage door swung open. I crawled out and into my mother's arms, smiling and hugging her tightly. I loved her and she loved me, and we were going to be together forever. She hugged back tight, carrying me out of the room and down the corridor. We made sure to be very quiet.
"Now Ziv," she whispered, "We're going to go to the roof and you're going to have to run as fast as you can."
I gave a determined nod and looked up. Almost