Max gulped as he peered over the edge of the railings, gripping them so hard his knuckles started to turn white. He glanced at me, Jess, I was in my element. I was perching on the back of the deck, swinging my legs over the edge joyfully.
We were passing over a fantastic city with multicoloured skyscrapers that were so tall they nearly touched the bottom of The Zodiac. Inhabiting the city was lots of rainbow coloured people including a lilac mother cradling a azure baby, a lime green teenager skateboarding down a ramp and a scarlet man rushing to work clutching a navy briefcase. I overheard Max begging Captain Sham to let us land here but he said that we had a destination already.
Suddenly, Max screamed as an enormous goblin-like creature, the grindewald, loomed into our view. I hurried into my cabin to get the repellent but it was nowhere to be seen. ‘I’ll just have to fight it off myself,’ I thought. I dashed outside to see Max huddling in a corner, trying not to be seen by the terrifying creature.
“We have to land. It’s too dangerous!” cried Captain Sham over the megaboom. He pushed a lime coloured button. Abruptly, the skyship started to descend. I gasped in amazement as a gigantic forest came into view, it was breath-taking. The forest was obviously enchanted but I would much rather be in the city of Euphoria visiting my mystical grandma.