By Alex Flinn
I'm a beast. A beast. no longer fairly wolf or undergo, gorilla or puppy yet a terrible new creature who walks upright—a creature with fangs and claws and hair springing from each pore. i'm a monster. you're thinking that i am conversing fairy stories? No manner. where is long island urban. The time is now. it is no deformity, no ailment. And i will remain this manner forever—ruined—unless i will holiday the spell. sure, the spell, the single the witch in my English type forged on me. Why did she flip me right into a beast who hides by way of day and prowls by way of evening? i'm going to let you know. i'm going to let you know how i was Kyle Kingsbury, the man you needed you have been, with funds, excellent seems, and the suitable lifestyles. after which, i will inform you how I turned completely . . . beastly.
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I stole your credit card yesterday. Didn’t think you’d mind. Or notice. “Great. They put up the finalists for spring dance court, and I’m one of them. ” He looked down at his cell phone. ” I tried the one thing that usually got a response from him. ” She ended up marrying a plastic surgeon and moving to Miami, so she could soak up the rays all she wants and never worry about getting old. Or calling me. “What? ” He looked toward the kitchen, like he was urging the microwave to hurry up. ” Jessica was his coanchor, so the conversation was squarely back to his favorite subject: himself.
Mr. Anderson: You brought it up. I think you do want to talk about it. BeastNYC: NO I DON’T! Mr. Anderson: Shouting, Beast. If you do it again, I’ll have to ask you to leave. BeastNYC: Sorry. Caps lock got stuck. Hard typing w/claws. BeastNYC: Hey, Grizz, how does a bear have Internet access anyway? Or a frog? Mr. Anderson: Please don’t change the subject, Beast. Froggie: i sneak in2 the castl 2 use the computr Grizzlyguy: I took my laptop w me. There’s Wi-Fi all over the place now, even in the woods.
Get the wrong thing so I don’t want it, and I’ll give it to you. ” She looked at the rose lying on the floor. “I pity you, Mr. ” I laughed. “How can you pity me? ” She didn’t answer, just reached for another of Dad’s shirts, like she got off doing laundry. I laughed again. “You should be scared of me. You should be pissing in your pants. If I tell my dad you wasted his money like that, he’ll fire you. He’ll probably have you deported. ” She kept folding laundry. She probably didn’t even understand English enough to get what I was saying.
Beastly by Alex Flinn