By Jeremy Robinson
i used to be 13 years outdated while i used to be abducted. They took me from my relations, from my friends--from every thing I knew, and stole my innocence. They introduced me to an international underneath the skin of Antarctica, the place i used to be damaged and informed via a hunter named Ninnis. He served the traditional Nephilim: half-human, half-demon monsters. My character was once buried in my unconscious and changed via that of Ull, a hunter and killer. For a time, I too served the Nephilim. because the first and simply human born on Antarctica, they believed that i'll comprise the spirit in their fallen king, Nephil, and make them overcome humanity.
But i used to be enhanced than they knew and escaped deep into the underworld, the place i've been hiding for the earlier years. I dwell in a cavern, that is someway lush with eco-friendly plants, eking out a dwelling and cowering from the war of words that i do know awaits me. however the nightmare has came upon me. i will be able to scent them. The hunters. they've got came across my hideout.
The pursuit of Solomon Ull Vincent--the final hunter--has all started. And in the event that they trap me, this can be the place my tale will end.
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Solomon,” he says, just a little of unhappiness creeping into his voice. “Had i discovered you first, you will were spared the breaking. the 3 checks. i'll have expert you myself. The corruption could have by no means became your hair crimson. ” “But why take me in any respect? ” I ask. “Why now not defend me. ship me domestic? Warn the others? ” “Because,” Em says. “We want you right here. it's a destiny that can now not be kept away from. ” “I’ve recognized that because the day of your birth,” Tobias says. “How? ” I ask. Tobias pulls his masks down so i will be able to see his face. “Because I witnessed it. I observed the sunshine. the ability of your delivery shattered the ice and buried this position underneath thirty ft of snow. ” He steps nearer. “Solomon, please belief that we suggest you no damage. you're right here now, and that's what is critical. ” whereas i don't just like the undeniable fact that this guy may have abducted me if given the opportunity, I do think his motivation isn’t unavoidably evil. And existence with Tobias could were higher than my lifestyles underground, with Ninnis. i'd nonetheless continue my innocence. Nephil wouldn't stay inside of me. And Aimee shouldn't have been taken captive. Tobias reaches out a welcoming hand towards me. “Come. See your place back. there's a person who may greatly prefer to meet you. ” “Who? ” I ask. “Luca. My son. ” He flashes a smile. “You have much in universal. Come, keep on with me. ” He leads me to the doorway to Clark Station One, a tunnel a few 2 hundred toes clear of the construction. the doorway is cleverly disguised via a snow lined hatch. the 1st fifty toes of the downward sloping tunnel is so small that we've got to slip down on our bellies. After that, it degrees out and is tall adequate to face in. “A protective bottleneck? ” I ask. Any enemy silly adequate to go into the tunnel might be simply dispatched earlier than their complete physique exited the small gap. “Yes, yes,” Tobias says with a dismissive wave of his hand. Then he’s strolling quick towards the grey outer door of Clark Station One, which i will see forward. “I can’t think we didn’t realize you correct away,” Em says. “From the child photograph? ” I ask. “I’ve replaced much on the grounds that then. ” “Mm,” she says. I totally hate it while somebody rubs within the undeniable fact that they comprehend whatever I don’t, in particular whilst it pertains to me. continuously have. It makes me believe silly. And indignant. So i modify the topic. “Is Em brief for whatever? ” “Emilie,” she says. “With an I and an E on the finish. no longer a Y. ” “The German spelling,” I say. She nods, and doesn’t look all that drawn to my questions. Her eyes, like her father’s, are glued to the door prior to us. “You don’t have his accent,” I say. “An American instructor taught me tips to converse English. I didn’t see my father a lot whilst i used to be younger. I didn’t see him a lot in any respect, really. now not till we escaped. ” “How did you get away? ” I ask. “Not now,” she says. “We’re the following. ” We cease in entrance of the door. Tobias knocks twice, pauses after which knocks thrice. The door opens from the interior and Tobias rushes within. He bends over and scoops up a small physique. “Solomon,” he says, turning towards me.