Up in the Mountain 2 (The Social Workshop) [NOOK Book]

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Up in the Mountain 2
The Social Workshop

A plane has crashed into the side of a mountain and sent many to their deaths. Those were the lucky ones. The survivors found that things wouldn’t be so easy up in the mountain. Morals mean nothing to a crowd of hungry people, and when it becomes certain that hope is nowhere in sight, people begin to turn on one another.

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Up in the Mountain 2 (The Social Workshop)

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Overview

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Up in the Mountain 2
The Social Workshop

A plane has crashed into the side of a mountain and sent many to their deaths. Those were the lucky ones. The survivors found that things wouldn’t be so easy up in the mountain. Morals mean nothing to a crowd of hungry people, and when it becomes certain that hope is nowhere in sight, people begin to turn on one another.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045069205
  • Publisher: Adrianna White
  • Publication date: 11/5/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 132 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2014

    &starf &starf &starf &starf &starf

    I'M ADDICTED!!!!!!!! CONTINUE!!!!!!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!! ~ALOVEROFYOURSTORY!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2014

    Misty

    Keep it up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2014

    Jane

    PLAIN EPOCNESS! I LOVE IT! DO CONTINUE! THANKS FOR USING MY CHARACTER! ;)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2014

    Billy's Mountain ~ Chapter 3

    [I am including applications in this chapter. If yours dosn't show up, It will sometime in one of the chapters!]
    <p>
    Billy kept on running up to people, asking for their names, and spelling them. I suddenly noticed a pale, tall, orange haired figure slinking from the alley,"Jane!" I waved to her. She gave a tiny wave, wiping a smear of dirt from her face. Jane walked over, her fiery orange curls bouncing in the breeze. I smiled as she drew closer,"How are you?" Jane shrugged, her green eyes dull,"Been better," she mumbled. I sighed. I never really got anymore than a few words, or the occasional sentemce out of Jane, but at least she was a companion! I had found Jane a few years back, sleeping in the same alley way. People would yell at her, screaming,'MUTE!' Because she never talked. Almost never. If they said that, I'd go beat 'em up, set their heads strait. Jane sat on the rim of the fountain, gazing into the air. Jane was odd that way. She would stare at something for hours, and never take her eyes off of it! Billy ran over, satisfyed with the amount of spelling names he had completed,"Who's this?" He asked, his arms crossed. I gave him a small smile,"This is Jane-" I was cut off by Billy,"J-A-N-E, Jane," Jane looked over, confused,"Wat did you say?" She asked quietly, obviously surprised that she had spoken a full sentence. Billy repeated himself,"J-A-N-E, Jane," Jane raised her eyes brows, sitting up straighter. Her lips twitched, as if she was about to speak. It was as though her lips were sealed shut, somehow,"It's okay," I said softly,"Go ahead," Jane cleared her throat,"J-A-N-E, Jane," Billy clapped his hands,"Good! J-A-N-E!" He did a little dance around the fountain, his hands waving in the air. Jane let out a small giggle. I sighed, and smiled. Billy brought out the good in everyone; me, Jane, and the whole street of people! I guess they were happy that a young boy spelled their name! Billy came nack around the fountain, displaying a little finaly for his dance,"Ta da!" He smiled. Jane and I giggled. Jane looked up,"I'm hungrey," This made me realize that I was hungrey too,"You hungrey, Billy?" He nodded eagerly. I was about to offer to get the food, but Jane said it first,"I'll get the food," I nodded vigorously. Jane had spoken more words today than she did in the average week! Jane soon returned, three scraps of old hamburgers in her hands,"I also brought an old pack of fries!" She said, holding the fry container in front of her. I smiled, reaching for my share. -What a pleasant day-, I thought to myself, smiling. I glanced over at Jane. She was laughing happily, munching on her food. I then glanced at Billy, the one who had changed my life, in the past hour. Little fif I know, he would change it even more. ~Liv

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