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The Adventures of Peter Ratsi: Chapter 3

Posted by John on January 1, 2014 in My Stories |

Chapter three – is it the end?
By John Santiago

Nightmare’s gigantic paws stammered in lashing any tree in its way. All that peter saw was a tormented woods. Peter scurried down to the nearby village of Fillingsburg. By the time he got there, half of the once beautiful village was smashed into pieces. He then found an old cottage, who once sold spear and daggers, on fire. Peter ran to the owner of the house for a deal. To give a dagger and a sword to him if he extinguished the flames. The owner had no choice but to say yes. Peter ran to a nearby river and filled a small bucket full of water. He ran back and extinguished the fire. As soon as Peter did that, the owner gave him what he said. Peter rushed to nightmare feeling terrified at his idea.

Nightmare suddenly roared when he saw Ratsi. Then, Peters mind blown when nightmare started screeching and meowing. A small glitter of sunlight fell amongst the leaves and into Peter Ratsi’s Dagger. The woods then became quiet. Peter slowly reached for the (very) big cat as the cat lowered her head. Then, she opened his mouth and as she opened her mouth, Peter then pulled out a broken tooth. As he did, a light shone around her and became a normal cat. Then, Mr and Mrs Ratsi found Peter and took him home. As they walked their way home, something hit him. He wanted to be an animal vet. After a lot of shouting and screaming in the house. Peter told them what he really wanted in life and he was hired to a vet down the road.
But he still remembered about helping nightmare.

The End.

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