This is in Connor’s point of view in the end of Chapter Nine. I guess I’ll take a nap so maybe I can think of a few things to do. “Come on. Get the shot. You know you want to” a voice inside my head urges. No. I can’t do it. No. All of a sudden I appear in a stadium. All of the people in the world are seated within the giant stadium. “Get the shot. Get the shot. Get the shot” everyone chants. I toss and turn in my bed. “It only does good things to you” the voice in my head taunts. No it doesn’t. I need to resist the urge to get the stupid cancer shot. “I’m afraid we will have to kill you” the voice in my head whispers in an evil tone. I suddenly jerk awake. Where am I? I’m surely not inside my house. I’m somewhere else. The room is all white. Every single thing in the room is white. I get up to look for a way out. There’s nothing. Nothing at all. Chapter Ten Point of view: Becca
What the heck. Connor isn’t texting me back. He always texts me back within minutes. It has been over an hour. Is something wrong? Nah. He would have called me if something happened. Great, now none of my text messages are sending to anyone. Something has to be wrong. My text messages always send no matter what. Maybe I should call someone and see if that works. I’ll call Connor. Hopefully he will answer then. A message pops up on my screen. “Call not available” it reads. What in the world is going on? I yawn. I’ll just go to sleep. Everything will be fine in the morning. I wake up the next morning. I still have no texts from Connor. Something has to be wrong. I walk into my little sister’s room just to make sure that she’s there and that she is safe. I scream. She’s not there. Where the heck could she be?! I sprint into my parent’s room. They aren’t here either! They always tell me before they leave. Great, now my whole family is probably dead or something and my boyfriend is gone, he might be dead too. Chapter Eleven Point of view: Connor I pace around the white room. Someone opens the door. “Hello” the man says in a flat tone. He is dressed in all white. He looks like he’s in his early thirties. He has black hair that is slicked back and green eyes. “Um hi. Where am I?” “That is classified information.” “Well tell me. It’s not like I have anyone to tell since you
took my phone and nobody knows where I am.” “No. I am not allowed to do that.” He sounds like a person that is in the military. His boss must be super strict. “You need to come with me, Connor.” “Um okay.” I follow the strange man down the all white hallway. There is no way that I would be able to find my way back to my room. There’s so many turns that we are taking. We finally arrive at a room. When I walk in, I see that the room is all white again. There’s a desk, two chairs, and a woman that is sitting at her desk. “Connor is here to see you, Mrs. Parker” the man mutters and then he silently walks out the room and shuts the door. “Hello Connor, I’m Mrs. Parker. Please go ahead and take a seat.” “Thank you, Mrs. Parker.” She doesn’t reply. “You are probably wondering why you are here. You also are probably wondering where you are.” “Yes ma’am, I am.” “You are at the Government building. We are in the part where the people of New York city can come in to visit. You are here because I have realized you are rebelling against the cancer shot. You realize it is the law, right?” “Yes, I do. I just feel like the shot does something to you. Like, something different than preventing cancer.” She remains silent. Her evil ice blue eyes glare at me. This is super uncomfortable. She continues to stare at me. “I’m afraid we will have to give you the shot” she hisses. “No” I argue. She glares at me once again. The next thing I know, I’m strapped down to a table in an all white lab. There’s chemical tubes, closets to keep chemicals in, and desks everywhere. How did I get here? I turn my head toward my left, and I see Mrs. Parker’s face smirking evilly. I spot the needle
in Mrs. Parker’s hand. She walks closer to me. Mrs. Parker holds up the needle with a odd looking purple liquid inside and does one of those evil laughs that villains do when they defeat a super hero. She stabs the needle into my skin. She doesn’t make any purple liquid go into my body, at least not yet. Chapter Twelve Point of view: Becca I have figured out where Connor is. The Government was too stupid to turn off the signal on his phone. I just tracked his phone. After I’m standing right outside the Government building, I throw the bomb I made early this morning at the redbrown brick wall that is the back of the enormous building. I hear a huge boom. Everyone that is in the Government building screams in disbelief. Alarms go off. It is pure chaos.
The Cancer Shot is in the future in New York City. Becca and her friends don't want to get the cancer shot that the Government has created....