Zombie Birthday (chapter 2) (All These Rides)
Posted September 30th, 2020 by ElizieAngelina
October 12th, 2020
I find more research and figure out that there was another incident that occured at Lunar Kingdom (my party place). There was a
go-kart ride, and one kid was speeding and crashed into another kid. That is an extraordinary accomplishment, and not in a good
way. I go to school, and Jack gives me the following list of the rides at Lunar Kingdom.
*The Smasher (roller coaster)
*3d experience ride
"Wow," I say. "That's a lot of rides."
"There were incidents at all the rides," Jack says.
"So that's why you told me I was dead," I say with a tone of annoyance in my voice.
"Didn't want to tell you before," Jack says, putting his hands in his hoodie pockets like yesterday. All of a sudden, an idea flashes to my
mind. Since Jack knows so much about these rides, I'm inviting him to my birthday.
"Can you come with me to my birthday?"
"Wow. You really want to sacrifice your advice-giver?"
"Fine! But don't expect me to feel sorry when you get your head handed to you."
I feel relieved. Jack is now on my birthday team, and he'll tell us what to do.
At the end of school, I see my friend, Dylan. He's friends with Veronica, and I'll have to tell them about Jack.
"What's popping, Julian?"
"My birthday party is cursed," I say hanging my head down.
"What do you mean?"
"Jack says incidents happened there. Please, don't tell your mom or let Veronica's mom know."
"Oh, I won't forget to tell her!"
"I can always count on you," I say as I let a smile play across my lips. At the same time, my mom's car honks, and I get inside the car.
"So, what's happening today, honey?" My mom says as she starts driving off school grounds.
"Jack gave me this list," I say.
"Show me it when we get home," Mom says, focusing on the road in front of her car. "I don't want to drive off-road."
When I get home, I show her the list as she says, "Wow. I didn't know there was a roller coaster there."
"Me either," I say, tucking the list into my pocket.
"Better keep it safe," I mumble as I shove it into my dresser and lay down in my bed, tired as heck. Before I know it, I'm clocking in for
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