• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

The Assassin.

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

The Assassin The thunder smashed the sky into a million pieces, sending a roar across the dark and forsaken night. Rain fiercely hit anything in its way, which became more and more untamed as the night sustained on. The mist moved sluggishly through the endless and lonely street, as it covered the scene. Lighting gave way through the sky after another thunderous roar. A stream of water flooded the drains as it strolled down the sidewalk. In the distance stood a dark, long, over-shadowed figure, as it blended in with trees behind it. The street light shone across its face as the hat covered its eyes. It was a male, around six feet, standing strong with a black trench coat, reaching to his knees. The rain dripped off the coat creating a small puddle around his feet. He glazed straight ahead with his hands in his coat pocket without movement. Far into the background you could hear a car approaching closer as the noise increased. A black, four by four drove past leaving a haze of water behind its tyres. Nothing was seen inside the car beside a figure in the driving seat. The wipers moved rapidly, wiping the rain off the windscreen. The car pulled into a narrow drive as the tyres crunched the pebbles below together, making a crunching noise. ...read more.

Middle

The door crept open a little further, and suddenly she vaulted forward to strike with the glass firmly gripped in her hands. It was a black cat, with the light reflecting in raindrops on its fur. A sigh of relief escaped from her dry throat, as she took a deep breath while placing the back of her head against the wall. The woman stomped on the ground aggressively to scare the cat away, and then pushed the door with strength to shut it. Easing off the glass, she walked back into the kitchen and placed the glass into the kitchen sink. She grabbed her bags and headed upstairs whilst the floorboards creaked on after another. The door to the bedroom was already open as the light on the landing gave way through the bedroom. She placed her bags against her bed, piling them onto each other. After taking her shoes off and sliding them under her bed she headed for the shower. Twisting the doorknob, she pushed the door open staring inside the dark and empty shower. The woman moved her hand around against the wall as she fumbled for the light switch. As she pushed the switch and glanced up, her eyes widened and she paused in fear. In front of her was the figure that had stood outside, strong and tall. ...read more.

Conclusion

Blood was surging out between her fingers as she gasped for breath. She hit the floor first with her knees and then dropped as she hit her face against the floor. Both men looked up glanced at each other and then looked down. They moved towards the woman with heavy footsteps, one picking her up by the legs and the other by the arms as they took her outside. The two men dropped her outside as if she was rubbish and then picked the keys from inside and opened the car boot as rain still poured down. One of the men pulled the woman up and threw her into the boot and wrapped her neck with a large cloth. The other man went back in the house with a large white cloth and wiped the blooded floor with it as the blood soaked into the cloth. He took a black bag out of his pocket and placed the blooded cloth, his gloves, the post and the knife inside and tied it up firmly. He shut the light in the kitchen and went outside, slowly shutting the front door. The man walked towards the open boot and threw the bag inside again, quietly shutting the door. The other man started the vehicle up putting on the car headlights. They both sat in the woman's car and reversed out the drive and drove off into the mist. Jagjit Johal Page 1 ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe essays

  1. The Bloody Assassin

    He couldn't wait any longer. The next shift of guards would be coming before the next chime at five. His instructions were to make it as bloody a death as he could. Some sort of message he guessed to whoever would be interested.

  2. Libby can you help me with these bags please" snapped Anna her beautifully shaped ...

    "Yeah, I was going to start unpacking them after breakfast?' asked Libby spreading some strawberry jam onto her toast. ' Yes, That would be a good thing to do. I had a phone call from your Mum she says that she is going to married to Robert this spring so

  1. The Unattended Graveyard

    Placing the letter in my breast pocket I promptly proceeded with my search. Suddenly I stopped while hearing the wind rustle heavily with a chill through some frightful dead leaves, I turned around and noticed something very strange. "That's odd," I said, the skeleton had been moved somehow; I could have sworn that the skeleton was behind a cross-shaped grave.

  2. Crash Landing!

    He would make everything better. While I was looking out to sea that morning, I noticed something. It wasn't at all clear at the begining but then I noticed it was the Pilot!! I then quickly started shouting for help and soon the boys came running out of the forest

  1. Wild and Untamed.

    of a herd of buffalo and the long gangly necks of giraffes walking sedately towards the water hole. As Wole watched them get closer, he whispered in a conspiratorial voice that buffaloes and rhinos had been extinct in the park since the turn of the century until they were successfully re-introduced in the '60s.

  2. Arctic assassin

    O'Neil got up quickly despite the pain, the soldier still on the floor, pulled out his pp9 pistol screwed on the silencer and pressed it against the mans head. "No, don't shoot " he pleaded, "I'm just doing my job" "So am I " O'Neil replied and pulled the trigger.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work