One D.O.A., One on the Way

One D.O.A., One on the Way

by Mary Robison
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One D.O.A., One on the Way 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you!!! Yay Kristina! Keep going!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it, but I just gotta say. 'Que' is spelled cue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry, it's late...almost midnight, but it's here ^_^ <p> Everything started moving in no time. It was like time stopped so he could spit that word at me. I stumble backwards a bit. Devirex gives me the creepiest smile I have ever seen. <br> "Anything wrong?" He asks, as if daring me to say something. I open my mouth and then shut it quickly. I had nothing to say. Nothing at all. Devirex looks at Marina. "Let's go talk...somewhere else." He suggests, putting his hand on the small of her back. They go up the stairs like that. When Devirex is out of sight Tobin looks around confusedm <br> "Where'd Marina go?" He asks me. I look at him. <br> "She just went upstairs...with Devirex." I tell him, how could he not remember the man we met, especially we had just seen him. <br> "Who? You know, it doesn't matter. Arami, you should go talk to people. Have some fun." He winks and I make a face, but go into the huge ballroom. I run into a woman. She looks at me and grins widely. <br> "Arami! You have no idea hoe great it is to see you. I have been looking everywhere. I can't believe you could just sneak up on me like that. Funny, right?" She says. I look at her. <br> "Sorry, but I don't think I know you..." I say and she nods slowly. <br> "Oh, yeah. I'm Katrina. I'm with the DOA. New recruit. And now I get to watch over you." She smiles and pokes my nose on you. I nid and wave at her, walking towards another person. The music starts playing and it is really slow ballroom dancing music. I feel very awkward. I don't know how to dance, much less ballroom dance. I also feel like everyone is under-dressed for this music. I watch as people start pairing up and dancing around. Katrina has disappeared. I look around for her and someone takes one of my hands. I jump and smack the person who had my hand. I look at the face and see it's Tobin. My face heats up quickly. <br> "Whoa, killer." Tobin chuckles. "I was just going to see if you wanted to dance. You looked rather lonely." He says. <br> "Sorry...and I can't dance." I mumble. He smiles and takes my hand again. <br> "Then this is the perfect opportunity to learn." He grins and puts one hand on my waist, and take the other and links it with one of my hands. I put my other han on his shoulder. He starts slowly talking me through it. Back, Left, Forward, Right. I repeat that in my head as we dance to the song. I lose myself in my footsteps, and don't even realize when the end of the song comes. Tobin lets me go and I look up. Katrina is back, and she is staring right at me. <br> "I think I need to...yeah...so...bye." I tell Tobin and walk over to Katrina. "You're staring." I tell her. She nods. <br> "I just recieved word that there is a Fallen in here. He is looking for you. Fallen can do dangerous things Arami. You need to stay away from anyone suspicious. Tell your family too." She says. I nod slowy and turn to walk off when I think of something. <br> "Katrina, could a Fallen cause amnesia in humans?" I whisper humans quietly. She nods. "Can they stop time?" I ask, feeling my eyes getting wider. <br> "Only the very powerful ones can. And they must draw a lot of power if they want to do it for a while." She explains to me. <br> "Katrina I think I saw a Fallen." I swallow hard. <br> "Where?" She asks, looking around. My breath starts becoming shallower. <br> "He went up the stairs." I say and shiver, suddenly getting cold. "With Marina." I add. And as if on quoue, there was a high-pitch scream from upstairs
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the worst books ever. It was actually painful to read. How did it ever get published?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago