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The Unknown Realm As I ran in fear, I had jumped on to the back of a truck. Although now I was safe my body trembled in fear. I could feel the tension of this scenario rising up from my toes. I thought to myself if this was possible, and I realised what the world has which is unknown. It all started last night, when a really exiting game of cricket had just ended. The spectators cheered me, for scoring an unbeaten fifty and leading the home side to victory. When Irfan told me that we should go home, I realised that it was ten o'clock. It must have been all the excitement of the cricket that had made me lose track of the time. Eventually, we left the cricket club and Irfan mentioned that Milverton road seemed much longer than it usually is. I had taken no notice of what he had said. As he tried explaining to me what he meant, three, small, built, masked strangers had grabbed us, and teleported us to another place. It all happened so fast I didn't know what to think. ...read more.


I stopped and looked where the voices were coming from and as I looked again to my left, the same three Dwarfs were pointing at me and were running in my direction. So I ran again in fear but this time I fell into a deep pit. The next day I woke up, and I noticed that the dwarves had captured me. My hands were tied up and there were many more dwarves whom were staring at me as I tried struggling out of the tattered ropes and then all the dwarves bowed down. I new that a leader was on his way into this massive cave. I then new I was right because a very tall and built dwarf walked towards my direction. "Free him!" He spoke in very loud and deep voice and as he looked at me I was untied. " I have been awaiting your arrival" "Who are you?" I replied. "What do you want with me? Where am I for god's sake! "Now listen. ...read more.


" It's a magic wand". I told him. "If you want it you must let me go". His brain was too corrupt and after a while he accepted my deal. I had told him to lead me to kalhuzaad's den and after an hour or so I was there. I saw Irfan's body dangling down from the rooftop of the den. I felt dizzy. I blamed myself for some reason. I asked the jail keeper to open up a portal, which all dwarves are capable of doing and I made it back to my exact position on Milverton road. I walked until I heard growling. I looked around sharply and saw a dark wizard hovering towards me. I dropped all my bags and ran as fast as I could. I then saw I truck which was making its way down the road and I jumped right on top of it. So here I am, on top of a truck. I jumped of and quickly opened the front door to my house. I walked in and locked myself into my room. I thought to myself what to explain to Irfan's family. The truth was the only thing I could tell. English Coursework Irfan Ahmed ...read more.

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