Horizon - Chapter 2
Chapter 2. The Quake Zone
New York City, USA, Earth
The sirens were blaring everywhere long after the building had stopped shaking. People were still screaming and yelling out in panic as bits of roof fell down on top of them.
After a few moments, however, people started to calm down and analyse the situation, as they had been trained to do. Soon everyone was helping others on to their feet and brushing off pieces of debris.
But for Rigel White, he ignored the sounds of people calling out and, after brushing of pieces of roof from his shoulder; he strode over the monitors on the other side of the room. Some of them had cracked screens and some were completely black, but he found one that was working. He turned around and scanned the room before finding the person he needed, scrambling up from the ground close to his feet. With a swift movement he grabbed a handful and the mans clothes and hauled him to his feet.
"Get up, Hopkins. This is no time to be lying on the flo
Horizon - Chapter 1
Chapter 1. The Beginning of the End
Perth City, Australia, Earth
It was a nice, sunny day in the little street. There was nothing out of the ordinary; it was bustling with tourists and people were out shopping and chatting with friends. The sun was up high in the midday sky and there was not a single cloud to be seen. It truly was a beautiful day and probably one of the most important days in the history of the human race.
No one in that street could have predicted what would soon take place that would change theirs lives forever. In fact, not a single person in the world was to know what was about to take place. Everybody just sat or talked or gossiped about their everyday lives, ignorant to the fact that in a few seconds, everything was about to change. Nothing would be the same.
One of the first people to notice anything out of the ordinary was a nice old lady who was quietly sipping her tea. She was about to lift it up off the table whe