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Shark Attack by Emma Bowen I was woken up quite suddenly by the noise coming from downstairs, doors slamming and to top it all off my younger sister bellowing for her breakfast. I got out of bed and went downstairs. As I turned to go into the kitchen I noticed the post piled on the floor obviously Mum hasn't noticed as she rushed to get breakfast. I picked up the post and had a quick look through to see if I had any mail, there was a lot of post that morning mainly bills but as I looked as I looked at the bottom letter it was a baby coloured envelope which was addressed to me. I wondered what was in the envelope, so I dropped the bills and opened the letter it was a very colourful piece of paper with the words, "CONGRATULATIONS KATIE YOU'VE WON THE SURFING COMPETITON FOR YOU AND A FRIEND" I rushed into the kitchen frantically shouting and I was struggling to get Mums attention. She turned around sharply from the cooker and asked, "Katie what's wrong". I just sowed her letter because at that point I was really to excited to tell her, as Mum was reading the ...read more.


I had woken up to the smell of fresh sea air; I had turned to see if Leah was still asleep to my amazement Leah was not there, as I got out of bed to change the door busted open it was Leah she had already gone down and got the suits ready for out first day of surfing. We had gone down to reception to see where re coach was the lady at reception had said he is already down the sea waiting for you. Leah and I had run down to the coach, he was very tall and strong just as you should be as a surfer. He had asked us to show him what we could do we had started surfing when I noticed the bug rain clouds in the sky, I looked at the coach on the beach and he was telling us to come in to shore, when we approached coach he said I'm sorry no more surfing today the rains about to come and the sea will get very rough. Leah and I went to our room I was gutted but not as much due we had the rest of the week to surf, it was 4 o'clock, we ...read more.


As I turned on to my stomach I heard a scream, and swearing, it had sounded like Leah I jumped up and had a look Leah was struggling to get back to shore I was wondering what was groin on un till she shouted shark everyone on the beach must of heard as they all scampered and screaming even though they went in the sea they seemed more scared then Leah. I crushed into the sea shouting don't panic Leah they can sense, I was getting closer to Leah when suddenly she shot up in the air the Shark had her in his mouth swinging her back ad forth rapidly Leah screaming in complete agony. Every thing went quiet only noise was the emergency people on the boat, I couldn't see anything something had hit my leg it was Leash cap she was wearing I turned back knowing that Leah had gone I felt so quilt fro making hr help me make people use the beach. I turned and had one last look at the sea and something grabbed my leg I felt as if I had been shot in my leg I could see the blood pooring out of my leg then suddenly I thrashed into the air knowing what was ahead. ...read more.

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