司氏姐妹 第22章 - 废墟下

作者:Wuwuyu  于 2012-12-16 04:28 发表于 最热闹的华人社交网络--贝壳村

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关键词:童话小说, 学英语, 中国女孩, 移民生活, 哈利波特

22 - 墟下

 

是怎拿到它的摩根急切地着米娜在用来打开牢房银钥匙。

 

米娜一边转动着匙,一边悄声我一直有这么一当我不希望人看到我们就不能看到我最近我一直在努力试练所以我可以让人看不到我这样

 

米娜的形如水中的倒影在粼粼波光中闪烁然后消失得无影无踪。没有看见有手拿着它那个银色钥匙在孔里自动转动着。

 

我的天米娜说道太奇妙了。

 

摩根遥相呼应道我一点也不能看到

 

米娜再次现身虽然看上去气喘吁吁但满脸笑容。上次里救玛拉时我试了一次--我就是这样从看守那儿偷到但是我不能确定我是否真能隐身为当我隐形时,我仍然可以看到自己。 刚才,我决定再试一下果然我跟着市长溜前面的房而没有任何问题而当他坐下来后我只是静悄悄地从他的口袋里拿出了匙。”三个姐姐从牢房里爬出来。

 

在危急时刻你对自己充满信心玛拉说道紧紧地抱住小妹妹的肩膀。我真感到自豪。感

 

摩根已走向通往拘留所前半部分的门,这时玛丽的声音在脑袋里响起等一等

 

玛丽牵住米娜的手看着的姐妹米娜我想你隐形时,是否也我与你一起隐身。摩根你们是否仍然可以看到我。

 

不一会儿,米娜消失玛丽仍然可。摩根和拉对玛丽摇摇头玛丽对米娜说道,回来吧。米娜再次出带着期待的眼神。玛丽微笑着摇摇头不要难过我只是想试试看。如果一下子成功,事情太容易了得这样

 

摩根说道的手有些不耐地抓在门的把手上们一共四个人而他只有一人。如果必要的完全可以付他。另外米娜可以隐形可以在他后面突然惊吓他。们快离开里。对个地方我有一不好的感。

 

说道方法。姐妹们围玛丽

 

一分姐妹各就各位。摩根玛丽拉蹲在黑黑的走廊的一端靠近早些时候三个妹妹从隧道里出来时经过的那间牢房。而米娜则站在半的另一间牢房里。对着的姐姐们看过去,她们对她点点给了她一个起拇指的信号。 米娜突然消失了无形无踪。然后的喊声在空气中响起亨特先生有什么事情生了 亨特先生

 

可以听到椅子刮动的声音从一个房间传来接着是重的脚声。 亨特先生把猛地打冲到另一间牢房环顾四周地发现牢房门开着。然后他的身体突然被一无形的力量推向前--米娜——也正在把牢房的门用力关上开始摩根低语道三位姐姐冲出牢门和拘留所的信米娜会长锁牢房里,跟着她们来。她在离拘留所前一百多英尺的地方停下急速地呼吸着上的新空气在黑暗中找着她们小妹妹的身形在她面前出现。

 

噢。。 一声震耳喊震动了整个房子伴随着沉重的脚似乎整个大地都晃起来。尖的叫声破了夜空。

 

米娜!玛拉冲回拘留所白的婚身后飘荡着。米娜出跑过来扑入玛拉怀中。不起泪水脸流下我不知道究竟是怎么回他一定是猜到了我在那里他抓住了我的......

 

身后长猛地冲出前追过来,他的眼睛奇怪的发白。拉牵着米娜的手往家里方向跑去,不远处,摩根和玛丽正站在一后。

 

长追得越来越近。一阵吹在她上。等一等米娜突然拉着拉停下。握紧我的手。转过身来市长正在顶风冲向她们

 

米娜的上皱起眉头,显得全神贯注。当这样做时有一小股正对着市长的吹得更为猛烈。亨特市长在强风的威力下踉跄倒退上的皮肤在眼睛和嘴巴周围被吹得平平坦坦嘴上还在不停地尖叫和吐着口沫。然后就像似胶片倒转,迫使市步地退回到拘留所在那里风向又倒转过在他的身后把门的一声关住。突然风静止了。

 

玛丽和摩根了出来的眼睛得大大的,充满着惊奇。我的妈呀摩根你吗米娜

 

当然......”玛丽说道水。四个元素。显然和气米娜

 

双胞姐妹奔向前四姐妹紧紧抱。我太感谢了,大家都安全。”说道我也很难过你们大家不得不为我经历这一切,我永不会让我的妹妹们再次处在危险中眼泪从脸上滑下然后地面始轻轻晃。拉用围住的三个妹妹当轻震逐渐变成一个强大的地震时她用胸部紧紧把三姐妹靠紧,震中就在她们曾被押的拘留所。

 

当地面震动时墙壁开始倒没,整个拘留所土崩瓦解。然后地震静止了显得很安静。

 

讨厌那个地方说道被囚禁在那里有一个星期了。擦干站得高高的。回家妈妈一定在寻找们小孩们在里呢。

 

当司氏姐妹们准备转离开们对拘留所看了最后一眼。在堆满石金属木料的墟上看到了她过去生活的残迹那个生活,也像这个拘留所一样,在短短一个星期前得无可动摇,但是某些事件似一突如其来的地震,把它瓦解为无可的残渣。四姐妹手着手,走向自己的家想象着迎接她们的会是什么。

 

 

Chapter 22 – Under the Rubble

 

“How did you get that?” Morgan asked, staring at the silver key that Mina was now using to open the door of their cell.

 

Mina whispered as she turned the key. “Well I’ve always had this feeling that sometimes, when I don’t want people to see me, they can’t,” she said. “Lately I’ve been trying harder to make it so people can’t see me, like this.”

 

Mina’s form shimmered and then disappeared into the air. The silver key turned in its keyhole without any visible hand turning it.

 

“Oh my gosh, Mina!” said Marie, “That’s fantastic.”

 

“Yeah,” chimed Morgan. “I can’t see you at all.”

 

Mina reappeared, looking breathless but smiling from ear to ear. “I tried it last time when we were here to get Mara—that’s how I stole the keys from the guard last time too! I wasn’t sure if it worked or not because I can still see myself when I turn invisible, but I decided to try it just a while ago, and sure enough, I slipped into the front room after the mayor no problem, and when he had settled in for a bit I just walked up quietly and took the key from his pocket.” She pulled open the gate, and the three older sisters scrambled out.

 

“You had faith in yourself in a time of crisis,” Mara said, squeezing her little sister’s shoulders. “I’m so proud of you. And thank you.”

 

Morgan had already walked towards the door leading to the front part of the holding house when Marie’s voice sounded in her head, Wait!

 

Marie held onto Mina’s hand and looked at her sisters. “Okay. Mina I want you to try to become invisible and make me invisible with you. Morgan, Mara, tell me if you can see me still.”

 

In the next moment, Mina disappeared while Marie stayed visible. Morgan and Mara shook their heads at Marie, who said to Mina, “Alright, come back.” Mina appeared again, an expectant look in her eyes. Marie shook her head with a smile. “Don’t feel bad! I just wanted to see if it would work. But that would just make things too easy, don’t you think?”

 

“Alright,” Morgan said, her hand resting impatiently on the knob. “There’s four of us, one of him. We can totally tackle him if we need to. Plus, Mina can go invisible and surprise him from behind or something. Let’s get out of here. I have a bad feeling about this place.”

 

“No,” said Marie. “There’s another way.” The sisters huddled around Marie as she told them her plan.

 

A minute later, the sisters were in their positions. Morgan, Marie, and Mara were huddled at the other end of the dark hallway, near the cell where the three younger sisters had emerged from the tunnel earlier. Meanwhile, Mina stood by the half-open gate of the other cell. She looked over at her sisters and they nodded at her, giving her a thumbs up sign. Mina disappeared, becoming invisible. Then, her voice shouted into the air, “Mr. Hunter! Come here! Something’s happened! Mr. Hunter! Quick!”

 

The sound of a chair scraping could be heard from the other room, followed by heavy footsteps. Mr. Hunter threw open the door and rushed to the other cell, looking around in surprise as he saw the door open. Then, his body was suddenly thrust forward by an invisible force—evidently, Mina—who was also pulling the gate of the cell shut. “Now!” whispered Morgan, and the three older sisters dashed out of the door and through the front door of the holding cell, trusting that Mina would lock the mayor in the cell and come running after them. They stopped a hundred feet from the front of the holding house, gasping in the fresh night air, looking into the dark for the form of their little sister to appear in front of them.

 

“Aaarrrggh!” The house shook with a loud yell, accompanied by thudding footsteps that seemed to shake the very ground. A sharp scream pierced the air.

 

“Mina!” Mara dashed back towards the house, her white wedding dress billowing behind her. Mina appeared in the doorway, running, and shot into her arms. “I’m sorry!” she said, tears running down her face, “I don’t know what happened! He must have figured out that I was there, he grabbed onto my arm…”

 

Behind her, the mayor was bursting through the first door and charging out, his eyes strangely blank. Mara grabbed Mina’s hand and ran from the house towards where Morgan and Marie were standing behind a tree.

 

The mayor was gaining on them. A strong wind started to blow in their faces. “Wait!” Mina said suddenly, pulling on Mara to stop. “Hold my hand tight.” She turned around and faced the mayor, who was struggling towards them against the wind.

 

Mina’s face crunched up in concentration. As she did this, the wind blew harder in a thin column that seemed to be directed at the mayor. Mayor Hunter staggered backwards with the force of it, the skin on his face flattened around his eyes and screaming, spitting mouth. Then, as if on rewind, the wind forced the mayor step by step back into the holding house, where it turned around and slammed the door shut on him. The air was suddenly still.

 

Marie and Morgan ran out, their eyes wide with shock. “Oh my word,” said Morgan, “was that you, Mina?”

 

“Of course…” said Marie. “Earth, wind, fire, water. The four elements. Of course, you’ve got power over wind and air, Mina!”

 

The twins reached forward, and the four sisters embraced. “I’m so thankful we’re all safe,” Mara said. “And I’m so sad that you girls had to go through all of this for me…never never never again will I ever put my younger sisters in danger!” Tears started to slide down her face, and then the ground started to shake, ever so slightly. Mara wrapped her arms around her three younger sisters, clutching them tight to her chest as the light tremor turned into a full quake, the epicenter of which was the holding cell where they had all been imprisoned.

 

As the ground shook, the walls of the holding cell toppled and the roof sunk in with an earth-shattering crash. Then, the ground was still and the night was quiet.

 

“I hated that place,” Mara said. She had been imprisoned in there for a week now. She wiped her face dry and stood up tall. “Let’s go home. Mom is probably wondering where you kids are.”

 

As the Switch sisters turned to leave, they took one last look at the holding house. In the rubble of stone, metal, and wood, they saw the remnants of their lives, which had too seemed so unshakeable just a week before, until, in a sudden quake of events they were broken into unrecognizable remnants of what they once were. The four sisters held hands and walked towards their home, wondering what lay ahead.

 


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2 回复 mayimayi 2012-12-16 10:36
这故事 与 李安 的 电影 《 派 的故事 》 有相似之处
魔幻 !
2 回复 Wuwuyu 2012-12-16 11:06
mayimayi: 这故事 与 李安 的 电影 《 派 的故事 》 有相似之处
魔幻 !
谢谢!
昨天刚看了Life of PI。

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