Papercut Chapter 3
I was speechless, how could this "toddler" know so much about me? And better yet how did he find this all out? The toddler smiled and started to laugh. "My dear cooper, you know so little about why you're here. Allow me to enlighten you to why 'we' had Jacob go out to find you. You see Cooper you are very special, you have a gift that you don't know about yet. However 'we' know about that gift is..."
"Five!!!!!!" yelled out a voice in the dark, dimly lit room. The voice sounded familiar but I couldn't place it. I blew it off, maybe it was a voice I heard on TV or radio. A lot of people have similar voices.
"Five? Why so formal 'Leader'? After all you put this boy under my 'Ladder'. And you know how I am with my understudies, I talk to them with my real voice, unlike someone I know 'Four'."
Another voice in the dark yelled out "Fuck off!"
I was quickly getting irritated by the weight on my shoulders. I guess the "toddler" noticed this and jumped off. He extended his hand and said "Can w
Papercut Chapter 2
It was around 11am in the morning. Jacob's snoring had partially waked me up. I yawned and tried to clear the dust out of my eyes. After I was awake to the point to where I could stand, I got up and headed to restroom in our bunk. After I had finished I got out expecting Jacob to be up as well, but he was still sound asleep. He looked so peaceful I didn't want to wake him. Jacob told me his story when we first meet in town, he told me about how his mother had died from drug abuse. And how his father had been doing his best to take care of both him and his younger brother Jackson (who Jacob Called Jack). When Jacob was about 10 and Jackson was about 7 years old, there father left in the middle of the night. The only thing he left behind was a note, which read "Dear my son Jacob, I have to leave. I cannot tell you why, however enclosed in a letter is around 250 dollars, I want you to go to an orphanage in Karvos, I have made arrangements for you g