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In Too Deep: Part 8 out of the blue, ashley's brother slid down the roof and hopped onto the deck. i was a little surprised, ashley got over her surprise quickly though, and went over and bear huggedhim. i laughed at the look on his face.
"where were you?! you'ev been missing for forever!!"
"kidnapped. he knows the story." idk how he knew i knew the story. so ill just forget that for now.
"oh my goodness, what happened to you there? did they hurt you? are you okay?"
"im fine, im fine. i can say the same about your friend though... he was a brave man. if it werent for him, i bet id still be there."
"yeah... how'd you escape?"
"the torpedoes struck right beofre we landed, giving us enough space to maneuver away from the explosion. we flew back towards the island, then crashed in the water and had to swim the rest of the way. we hid on the bea
In Too Deep: Part 7 it took me a few moments to get that.
"so wait a second, you think that your brother was the hostage?"
"yeah. he dissappeared a few months ago and was never found. went out one ngiht an never came back. i never heard back from him."
"and you think he's still alive?"
"okay, even if he were the hostage, what makes you think he's still alive?"
"see, its amazing that you of all people showed up here tonight. i need your help with this."
"okay... help with what?" she beckoned me to follow her upstairs and down a hall.
"this was his room right here" she opened a door and i followed her inside. the very first thing you notice whe you walk in is the arrangemnt of the room. the bed on the left side, and a cabinet on the far end, on the left sde of a sliding door leading to a
In Too Deep: Part 6 we looked at each other for a minute, then ashley spoke up.
"what on earth happened to you?" i explained my whole ordeal of the past day. she lsitened intently. at the end of my story she sat there silently for a minute. she looked troubled. "you mentioned something about a previous mission you guys had, one that involved an actual hostage. can you tell me more about that?"
"i can tell you what i know, i wasnt there for that."
"thats fine, go on."
"okay. so, i never talked to the guy who went. didnt even know his name. i heard this from someone else. its like the stuff of legends,"
"alright, so the guy is like one of our top operatives, he really knows his stuff. been preparing for a mission like this forever. so he finally gets his assignment. 'go to the base, rescue the hostage, and get the hell out.' pretty
In Too Deep: Part 5 i let go of the rail and slid into the warring seas, doing my best to stay above the water with my hands locked together. the jet skis were circling around the speed boat, there pilots totally unsure what to do. one driver saw me in the water and drove towards me. i kicked as hard as i could to stay afloat and as the jetski approached i lifted me hands in the air and cught the cuffs on his ankle, similarly to as i had done before. but this guy had been going slower and managed to keep his grip on the jet-ski. but our combined weight capsized it, and we both fell back into the water. the water craft righted itself and both me and the man scrabbled onto it from either side. i caught my handcuffs on the seaand pulled myself up, then slammed both of my fists into the jaw of the other man, knocking him back into the water. i grabbed the handle bars and sat upright, trying to work out how to pilot the thing with my hands tied. i ripped a pin off the handle and crammed
In Too Deep: Part 4"well," he said, "you made quite an escape. or, an escape attempt, i should say." one of his men cuffed my hands behind my back. then, out of nowhere, came the roar of helicopter blades, and a black chopper swooped down above the speed boat. a hook hanging from the bottom clasped the railing on the side and th helicopter started lifting into the air. the vessel, already rocking bock and forth from the waves, started tipping precariously on its side. i grabbed onto the rail and dangled down the increasing incline of the deck. the commander hung on a little lower than me, glaring furiously at me and the helicopter above. a couple minions of his lost their balnce and tumbled over the side. others grasped desprately at whatever was in reach. the commander started climbing up towards me, fury in his eyes. then there was a groaning. the railing was begining to rip free of the marine vessel. the boat was tilting crazily now, then one huge wave smacked into the deck, ripping the craft free of
In Too Deep: Part 3 within a minute, the first one had reached me, almost ran me over if not for turning at the last second. it circled around me, and before i knew it, the second was upon me, and this one's driver wasnt going to spare me. i dove underwater as the jet-ski skimmed the surface where i had just been. i resurfaced in the path of the first jet-ski. knowing this guy wasnt trying to kill me,i waited till he drove past again, and grabbed onto the legg of the driver, jerking him off the vehicle, and me out of the water. he hit the water in surprise, and i quickly swan over to the idling jet-ski, snatchin git for myself. i piloted it out of the water just intime as the 2nd guy came barreling in my direction. looking back, i saw more headlights coming my way. i hit the gas and sped off into the darkness, away from the island. now there were motorboats, not just jet skis. they caught up to me, bouncing crazily over the waves. one jet-ski hit a wave at the wrong angle and went
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