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The sky was blue with a hint of that burnt orange that had haunted the atmosphere since the devastating sun ares had struck without much warning.
Over a year ago and yet it still hung up there like a hazy curtain meant to remind them forever. Who knew if things would ever get back to normal. The coolness Mark had felt upon waking up seemed like a joke nowhe was already sweating from the steadily rising temperature as the brutal sun rimmed the sparse tree line of the mountain peaks above. It wasnt all bad news. As he left the warrens of their camps and entered the woods, there were many promising signs.
New trees growing, old trees recovering, squirrels dashing through the blackened pine needles, green sprouts and buds all around.
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He even saw something that looked like an orange ower in the distance. He was half tempted to go pick it for Trina, but he knew shed scold him within an inch of his life if he dared impede the progress of the forest.
Maybe his day would be good after all. Theyd survived the worst natural disaster in known human historymaybe the corner had been turned. He was breathing heavily from the effort of the hike up the mountain face when he reached the spot where Trina loved to go for escape. Especially in the mornings, when the odds of nding someone else up there were slim. He stopped and looked at her from behind a tree, knowing shed heard him approach but glad she was pretending she hadnt.
Man, she was pretty. Leaning back against a huge granite boulder that seemed as if it had been placed there by a decorating giant, she held a thick book in her lap. She turned a page, her green eyes following the words. She was wearing a black T-shirt and a pair of worn jeans, sneakers that looked a hundred years old. Her short blond hair shifted in the 11 wind, and she appeared the very denition of peace and comfort. Like she belonged in the world that had existed before everything was scorched.
Mark had always felt like she was his as a simple matter of the situation. Pretty much everyone else shed ever known had died; He was a scrap left over for her to take, the alternative to being forever alone. But he gladly played his part, even considered himself luckyhe didnt know what hed do without her. This book would be so much better if I didnt have some creepy guy stalking me while I tried to read it. Trina spoke without the slightest hint of a smile. She ipped another page and continued to read.
Its just me, he said. Half of what he said around her still came out sounding dumb. He stepped from behind the tree. She laughed and nally looked up at him.
Its about time you got here! I was just about ready to start talking to myselfIve been reading since before dawn. He walked over and plopped down on the ground beside her.
They hugged, tight and warm and full of the promise hed made upon waking up. He pulled back and looked at her, not caring about the goofy grin that was most likely plastered across his face. You know what?
Today is going to be a perfect, perfect day. Trina smiled and the waters of the stream continued to rush by, as if his words meant nothing. Three days later and you and I were running for our lives through a tunnel that was hotter than the sun.
Good times, Mark mused as he got more comfortable. He leaned up against the same boulder, crossed his legs in front of him. Good times. Trina gave him a sideways glance. My birthday party or the sun ares? You liked that idiot John Stidham at your party. A guilty look ashed across her face. Um, yeah. Seems like that was about three thousand years ago. It took half the world being wiped out for you to nally notice me.
Mark smiled, but it felt empty. The truth was kind of depressing even to joke aboutand a dark cloud was forming over his head. Lets change the subject. I vote for that. She closed her eyes and leaned her head against the stone. I dont want to think about that stuff for one more second. Mark nodded even though she couldnt see. Hed suddenly lost any desire to talk, and his plans for a perfect day washed away with the stream. The memories.
They never let him go, not even for a half hour. They always had to rush back in, bringing all the horror. Trina asked. She reached out and grabbed his hand, but Mark pulled it away, knowing it was all sweaty. Yeah, Im ne. I just wish we could go one day without something taking us back. I could be perfectly happy in this place if we could just forget. Things are getting better. We just need to. He almost shouted the last part, but he had no idea where his anger was directed.
He just hated the things in his head. The images. The sounds. The smells. We will, Mark. We will. She reached for him again, and this time he took her hand. We better get back down there. He always did this. When the memories came, he always slipped into business mode. Take care of business and work and stop using your brain. It was the only thing that helped. Im sure Alec and Lana have about forty jobs for us.
That have to be done today, Trina added. Or the world will end! She smiled, and that helped lighten things up. At least a little. You can read more of your boring book later. He climbed to his feet, pulling her up along with him.
Then they set off down the mountain path, heading for the makeshift village they called home. The smells hit Mark rst.
It was always that way when going to the Central Shack. Rotting undergrowth, cooking meat, pine sap. All laced with that scent of burning that dened the world after the sun ares.
Not unpleasant, really, just haunting. He and Trina wound their way past the crooked and seemingly slapped-together buildings of the settlement. Most of the buildings on this side of the camp had been put up in the early months, before theyd found people whod been architects and contractors and put them in charge. Huts made of tree trunks and mud and bristles of pine needles. In some spots there were nothing but holes in the ground, the bottom lined with plastic sheets, a few logs lashed together to cover it when the rains came.
It was a far cry from the towering skyscrapers and concrete landscape of where hed grown up. Alec greeted Mark and Trina with a grunt when they walked through the lopsided doorway in the Central Shacks log structure.
Before they could say hello, Lana came marching briskly up to them. A stout woman with black hair that was always pulled tightly into a bun, shed been a nurse in the army and was somewhere between Marks and Alecs agesshe and Alec had been together when Mark had met them in the tunnels below NewYork City.
Back then, theyd both worked for the defense department. Alec was her boss; theyd been on their way to a meeting of some sort that day. Before everything changed. And where have you two been? Lana asked when she came to a stop just a few inches from Marks face. We were supposed to start at dawn today, head out to the southern valley and scout for another branch location.
A few more weeks of this overcrowding and I might get snippy. Good morning, Mark said in response. You seem chipper today. She smiled at that; Mark had known she would. I do tend to get straight to business sometimes, dont I?
Though I have a lot of wiggle room before I get as grumpy as Alec. The sarge? Yeah, youre right. On cue, the old bear grunted. Sorry about being late,Trina said. Id make up a great excuse, but honestys the best policy. Mark made me go up to the stream and we. It took a lot to surprise Mark these days, even more to make him 15 blush, but Trina had the ability to do both. He stammered as Lana rolled her eyes.
Oh, spare me. Lana waved and added,Now go grab some breakfast if you havent already and lets get packed and marching. I want to be back within a week. A week out in the wilderness, seeing new things, getting some fresher air. He swore to keep his mind on the present while they traveled and just try to enjoy the hike. Have you seen Darnell and the Toad? What about Misty? The Three Stooges? Alec asked, followed by a bark of a laugh.
The man thought the weirdest things were funny. At least they remembered the plan. Already eaten, gone to pack. Should be back in a jiffy. Mark and Trina were halfway through their pancakes and deer sausage when they heard the familiar sound of the other three friends theyd picked up in the tunnels of New York. Take that off your head! Mark was convinced the kid had never taken a thing seriously in his entire life. Even when the sun had been trying to boil him alive a year past, he seemed to be ready with a joke.
But I like it! Helps keep my hair in place and protects me from the elements. Two for the price of one! A girl walked in after him, tall and thin with long red hair, just a little younger than Mark. They called her Misty, though shed never told them whether that was her real name. She was looking at Darnell with an expression of half disgust and half amusement. The Toadshort and 16 squat, as his nickname impliedbounded in and pushed his way past her, grabbing for the undies atop Darnells head.
Give me those! He was the shortest nineteen year-old Mark had ever seen, but thick as an oak treeall muscle and sinew and veins. Which for some reason made the others think it was okay to pick on him, because they all knew he could beat the crap out of them if he really wanted to.
But the Toad liked being the center of attention. And Darnell liked being goofy and annoying. Why would you even want those nasty things on your head?
Misty asked. You do realize where thats been, right? Covering up the Toads nether regions? Excellent point, Darnell replied with his own look of feigned disgust, just as the Toad nally was able to snatch the underwear off of his head.
Very poor judgment on my part. Darnell shrugged. Seemed funny at the time. The Toad was stufng his recaptured possession into his backpack. Well, I get the last laugh. I havent washed those suckers in at least two weeks. He started up with that laugh, a noise that made Mark think of a dog ghting over a piece of meat. Whenever the Toad let it out, every other person in the room couldnt help but join in, and the ice ofcially melted. Mark still couldnt tell if he was laughing at the subject matter or just at the sounds coming out of the Toad.
Either way, such moments were few and far between, and it felt good to laugh, as it did to see Trinas face light up. Even Alec and Lana were chuckling, which made Mark think maybe it was going to be a perfect day after all. But then their laughter was cut off by a strange sound. Something Mark hadnt heard in over a year, and hadnt expected to hear ever again. The sound of engines in the sky. Puffs of dust shot between the hastily stacked and mortared logs.
A coughing roar swept past just overhead. Mark covered his ears until the sound faded enough that the Shack stopped shaking. Alec was already on his feet and heading for the door before anyone else could even process the turn of events. Lana was quickly at his heels, with everyone else following. No one said a word until they were all outside, the bright morning sun beating down.
Mark squinted, hand shielding the glare, as he searched the sky for the source of the noise. Its a Berg, the Toad announced needlessly. What the.
It was the rst time Mark had seen one of the enormous airships since the sun ares happened, and the sight of it was jolting.
He couldnt think of any reason a Bergone that had survived the disaster would have to come ying through the mountains. But there it was, big and shiny and round, blue thrusters burning hot and loud as it lowered toward the middle of the settlement. Whats it doing here? Trina asked as their little group jogged through the cramped alleys of the village, following the path of the Berg. Theyve always left supplies in the bigger settlements, like Asheville.
Maybe theyre rescuing us or something? Taking us somewhere else? They wouldve done that a long time ago. Mark didnt say anything as he ran along at the back of the group, still a bit stunned by the sudden appearance of the huge Berg. The others kept referencing some mysterious they, even though no one knew who they were. Thered been signs and rumors that some kind of central government was organizing itself, but no news that was even close to reliable.
And certainly no ofcial contact yet. It was true that supplies and food had been brought to the camps around Asheville, and the people there usually shared with the outlying settlements. The Berg stopped up ahead, its blue thrusters pointing downward now as it hovered fty feet or so above the Town Square, a roughly square-shaped area theyd left bare when building the settlement.
The group picked up their pace and arrived in the Square to nd that a crowd had already gathered, the people gawking up at the ying machine as if it were a mythical beast. When they look up, they see Alec waving his hands from the Shack. He is holding two rifles with grappling hooks attached to big coils of rope. Oh boy, the old man has some kind of plan up his sleeve. Mark grabs a piece of wood for cover, and then sprints toward Alec.
They need to fight back. Chapter 5 Alec meets Mark halfway, and then pulls out an old pistol and hands it to him. Time for Mark to go James Bond on these green-suited meanies.
The people in the Berg start to notice Alec and Mark scheming in the middle of the clearing, but Mark is already getting ready to shoot.
Mark shoots two quick shots with the hope of startling them; it works, and they recoil backwards. Mark then takes better aim, and he nails one of the people on the Berg. Target neutralized. His next shot hits one of the weapons the people on the Berg are holding.
It falls, and a woman scoops it up from the ground, attempting to figure out how to use it to fight back. It is Alec's turn for action: he shoots his grappling hook at the Berg and it catches. He asks for the gun, and pretty soon he is shooting into the sky with his device pulling him up the rope. Alec climbs up the ramp as the people shooting on the Berg retreat inside; Alec then shouts at Mark to shoot the other grappling hook. Mark hits the Berg, and just as he is about to press the green button the retractor button , the Berg rises up and yanks Mark up into the sky.
Ugh, do not you just hate it when that happens? In a flurry of shouting and engines roaring, Alec is yelling at Mark to press the green button, while the hatch door is closing. Mark can't get enough control to press it. Will Mark make it? Tune in after this commercial break to find out!
Chapter 6 Anyway, at this point, Mark is flying through the air getting smacked by the branches of trees. He is not having a perfect day, to say the least. He finally gets enough control to find the green button, but his fingers slip. Good grief. Luckily he does not get smushed by any trees, and he presses the button harder. He is yanked to Alec, and they both make it through the hatch just as the door closes. Inside it is dark and cool. Mark imagines an army of people inside waiting for them, but Alec thinks otherwise.
He guesses there is only one guy waiting for them, plus a pilot. A whirlwind of emotions overcomes Mark—he thinks about Darnell and how the boy is probably dead—but Alec snaps him out of it and tells him they need to get a door open. They search for weapons, and to their surprise they find a sledgehammer.
Alec starts whacking the door with it, each time making bigger and bigger dents. Meanwhile, Mark searches the room for anything useful.
He finds a bunch of ominous boxes lying in the darkest corner of the room. He picks up one of the sealed boxes, and right on top of it is a biohazard symbol.
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Hmm, probably not the best idea for Mark to pick the thing up. Chapter 7 After wiping his hands on his pants you know, the best way to rid yourself of poison , he finds a wrench on the wall. Well, he has a weapon now too. Alec is about one swing away from breaking the door open; the plan is to smash it open and then hide so that they are not blown to pieces right away.
Alec deals the final blow, and immediately three darts fly through the air as footsteps are heard running away. It is only one person, and he missed. Not only was there only one person, but whoever it was ran out of bullets and left the weapon on the ground. Mark and Alec become the predators, chasing the man through the hallways of the Berg. But each door they find is locked. Mark realizes that Alec used to be a pilot, so he's accustomed to being in Bergs.
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Ah, what a relief. The person they are pursuing, a man, yells something indecipherable, and then he disappears through a round hatch that looks like it leads into the cockpit. Just as the man starts to pull the door closed, Alec throws the sledgehammer into the opening and blocks it from closing. Mark then sprints into the cockpit and finds a woman frantically pressing buttons. He's then tackled from behind, but Alec whacks the man with the sledgehammer, sending him flying.
Alec and Mark shout at the man and the pilot, asking them who they are and to take them back home. The woman does not say anything, and the man says they are just nobodies sent to do dirty work.
Finally, the woman adds that they are just following orders with no emotion in her voice. Suddenly the woman jams one of the levers downward and the Berg starts plummeting. Mark bangs his head on the control panels, and an explosion is heard after a loud smash. While all of this is happening, something hard flies across the room and hits Mark in the head, causing him to black out. Chapter 8 Similar to how Thomas has memory dreams in the first three books of The Maze Runner series, Mark has memory-dreams as well.
Except Mark's are pretty much exclusively nightmares. In this dream, Mark is on the subtrans so, the future-subway. He is pumped that a two-week school vacation is starting, and all he wants to do is hang out with Trina.
She is also sitting right across from him on the subtrans, oblivious to the fact that he is day dreaming about her. Turns out that Trina has lived next door to him all of his life, so they have been best buds for quite a long time. They start talking about their plans for vacation; Mark cannot wait to hang out with his younger sister, Madison.
We learn that he spoils her and really takes care of her. He asks Trina if she wants to hang out, and she makes a quick joke about kissing in his basement. Oh, snap! But then she starts cracking up. Ugh, such a cruel joke.
Mark totally has a crush on her, too. Then all the sudden the lights in the subtrans go out, and it loses all power and slows. This is very odd, as the power underground has never gone out in Mark's lifetime. He pulls out his palmphone future cell-phone , but there is no service.
The subtrans comes to a stop, and people start rushing out of it like rats. It is only one person, and he missed. Not only was there only one person, but whoever it was ran out of bullets and left the weapon on the ground. Mark and Alec become the predators, chasing the man through the hallways of the Berg. But each door they find is locked.
Mark realizes that Alec used to be a pilot, so he's accustomed to being in Bergs. Ah, what a relief. The person they are pursuing, a man, yells something indecipherable, and then he disappears through a round hatch that looks like it leads into the cockpit.
Just as the man starts to pull the door closed, Alec throws the sledgehammer into the opening and blocks it from closing. Mark then sprints into the cockpit and finds a woman frantically pressing buttons. He's then tackled from behind, but Alec whacks the man with the sledgehammer, sending him flying. Alec and Mark shout at the man and the pilot, asking them who they are and to take them back home. The woman does not say anything, and the man says they are just nobodies sent to do dirty work.
Finally, the woman adds that they are just following orders with no emotion in her voice. Suddenly the woman jams one of the levers downward and the Berg starts plummeting. Mark bangs his head on the control panels, and an explosion is heard after a loud smash.
While all of this is happening, something hard flies across the room and hits Mark in the head, causing him to black out. Chapter 8 Similar to how Thomas has memory dreams in the first three books of The Maze Runner series, Mark has memory-dreams as well. Except Mark's are pretty much exclusively nightmares. In this dream, Mark is on the subtrans so, the future-subway.
He is pumped that a two-week school vacation is starting, and all he wants to do is hang out with Trina. She is also sitting right across from him on the subtrans, oblivious to the fact that he is day dreaming about her. Turns out that Trina has lived next door to him all of his life, so they have been best buds for quite a long time. They start talking about their plans for vacation; Mark cannot wait to hang out with his younger sister, Madison. We learn that he spoils her and really takes care of her.
He asks Trina if she wants to hang out, and she makes a quick joke about kissing in his basement. Oh, snap! But then she starts cracking up. Ugh, such a cruel joke. Mark totally has a crush on her, too. Then all the sudden the lights in the subtrans go out, and it loses all power and slows. This is very odd, as the power underground has never gone out in Mark's lifetime. He pulls out his palmphone future cell-phone , but there is no service.
The subtrans comes to a stop, and people start rushing out of it like rats. In a minute or two, Trina and Mark are the only ones left. They exit the train and see that the people all went to the left. Trina wants to go the opposite way because the people who ran to the left seemed odd.
Like they were a mob. Trina and Mark head right, and about ten minutes into their trek they hear screams up ahead. But not just normal screams-screams of pure terror. Trina, being the brave soul she is, shouts that they need to help. Mark wants to run away, but to seem brave as well he follows her.
When they reach a wide platform of the substation, Mark sees a scene too horrific for him to even understand.
Bodies are on the floor, naked and burned. People are screaming and limping around with their clothes on fire, their faces half-melted, and blood is everywhere. Also, a huge rush of heat pulses through the air, making them feel like they are in an oven. Mark imagines his parents and his sister burning somewhere, and his heart breaks. Chapter 9 Alec is screaming at Mark to wake up.
Thank goodness, we don not want to see any more of that memory. Mark's head hurts a whole lot, and they are sitting in a clearing surrounded by trees. The Berg is crashed in between two oak trees. Mark asks what happened, and Alec's response sums it up perfectly: We crashed and I dragged your butt out here. Then I sat here and watched you roll around like you were having a bad dream". Alec says they need to search the Berg for whatever they can find; he already searched a little, and luckily the boxes with the darts were still closed and did not spill.
Thirty minutes later they are both inside the Berg searching; they strike gold and find a fully functioning workpad, which is pretty much the future version of an iPad.
They bring the workpad outside, but all they find is games, books, old programs, etc. Alec then finds the GPS app—though the satellites in the sky had been destroyed from the sun- flares, the app still has logs of where the Berg had gone. They surmise that the headquarters of where the Berg was heading is about sixty miles away.
They need to go there, but first they need to get back home to find their friends. After camping in the woods for two nights, they finally reach the village. They are about a mile away when the stench of death hits them like a sudden heat wave. Chapter 10 As they walk toward the village, Alec reminds Mark that they need to be on the same page.
They cannot let their emotions get the best of them. Yarg, spoken like a hardened soldier. Also, the main goal is to protect themselves first, as selfish as that may sound. Mark plays the sentimental card, saying it is inhumane to just ignore people who might be dying.
But he eventually realizes Alec is totally right, so he agrees to be careful. They make their way into the village, and inside there are tons of bodies. Like, everywhere. Someone had stored most of them in the Leaner, a large wooden structure meant to protect them from rainstorms. A quick scan of the bodies proves that Darnell is not one of them.
While walking through the center of the village, Alec starts shouting for people to help them. Someone inside a boarded up building tells them that everyone has been inside since the Berg left so that they do not get sick.
So yeah, the darts are poisonous and killed most of the people. Footsteps are heard and they spot Trina. She rushes to Mark to hug him, but Alec stops her because they need to be careful. Reluctantly, she obeys. As they follow Trina, they hear screaming: Chapter 11 Turns out that it is Darnell who is locked up in a hut.The shooters above them had obviously improved their aim. After Trina refuses to give the men a can of food she found, they all take out knives.
Were doing the right thing,Thomas. A Divergent Collection. With that, Alec spun and ran to a spot about ten feet away. Mark gripped the end of the grappling device just as it tore him off his feet, yanking him skyward. Report Abuse. She turned around and walked away.
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