Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

Attack of the alien

By George McEwan, year 5, Elizabeth College

A boy called George was walking home with his friend when George tripped on something in the ground “what is it,” asked his friend “I don’t know “said George. They tugged and pulled but it would not move but then his friend touched it and a black alien goo wrapped itself around his arm and he ran as quick as he could to skull rock but it would not come off but it had spread all over him and it had long teeth bulging mussels and white diamonds around his red eyes but he seemed to have forgotten about George “we are DEATH.” Said the Alien George ran away he did not know where to go. Then he had an idea he ran to Gandalf’s house because he would know what to do but Gandalf was dead. There was black slime on the wall like a stripe of blood. George did not know what to do. It was then he saw Death scanning the horizon like a wolf scanning for his next prey to take his mind off losing his best friend he went to a shop and had his favourite meat balls but just finished and DEATH came crashing through the window. He smashed everything in his path, every one was running anywhere they could but George stayed back because he wanted to ask it a question. Why do you follow me?” Asked George. He answered “because you took me out of hibernation when I was on the brink of death when your friend woke me up. So I took the life of your friend. In return, I also want your life. George did not know what to say but he could not run, his legs felt like jelly so he just stood his ground as the alien moved forward and…

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