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Lia’s weird adventure

Lia has always been open to trying new things but her father often told her that it is very dangerous. One foggy Friday, Lia was running down Chicky road when she spotted the Emporium lights were on. n sweets ready to be eaten. There was also a display of creepy dolls staring into her soul, sea shells and fake animal heads that look like they have been cut off. Plastic cups were tied to a string and flying at the same time. On one side, stood a big penguin statue, covered in paint and metal. Expert fish swam in their wonderful homes and the fish tank was crystal clear. But what caught Lia’s eye the most was an old, rusty and bent book. As she was flipping the pages, the pictures looked like they were slowly flying out of the page and the writing was getting a lot bigger.

 

Everywhere she looked, it was covered with mysterious things that she wanted to feel. She found a weird looking tap that looks like it hasn’t been used for centuries and a turkish lamp hanging like spiderman on the ceiling. A massive lighthouse was shining across the village, causing flashing lights. Several  of the clicking clocks were ticking faster than Usain Bolt running. On a little counter was a small bowl of halloween sweets ready to be eaten. There was also a display of creepy dolls staring into her soul, sea shells and fake animal heads that look like they have been cut off. Plastic cups were tied to a string and flying at the same time. On one side, stood a big penguin statue, covered in paint and metal. Expert fish swam in their wonderful homes and the fish tank was crystal clear. But what caught Lia’s eye the most was an old, rusty and bent book. As she was flipping the pages, the pictures looked like they were slowly flying out of the page and the writing was getting a lot bigger.

 

“I see you’ve found my book of mysteries,” 

whispered a voice. Lia was shocked, she threw the book away and looked up at the owner. He was an old man whose eyes glowed like sunshine . On his head was a purring, evil kitten. It glared at her, mischievously.

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