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Jonathan Price´S Search For The Blacksmith

849 words - 4 pages

One day, a fourteen-year-old boy named Jonathan Price found himself lying down in the grass and suddenly thought, where are mom and dad? Where am I? He did not realize that he had walked one hundred and fifty miles east of his home in Wichita, Kansas and blacked out the previous day, October 19th, and blacked out. As he got up out of the grass, he felt a strange desire for food. He started wandering in the direction he thought was home. He started to go through a forest when he saw a beautiful waterfall joining in to a river. As he walked over to the river he found what he thought was an apple on the floor and ate it almost immediately. After he finished the so-called apple, he drank ...view middle of the document...

Kent gave Jonathan some of his food from his satchel and they both fell asleep almost immediately after they finished their food.
In the morning on the following day, Jonathan woke up at five o-clock a.m. and checked to see if Kent was still asleep. After he finished checking, he took the satchel that Kent had brought with him and ran off with them towards the blacksmith.
After running for what seemed like forever, Jonathan finally reached the blacksmith’s shop. He told Xavier that Kent was coming to put him in jail or kill him and that he wanted a gun. The blacksmith made the gun and gave it to Jonathan free of charge because of what he had done for him.
Jonathan slept near the blacksmith's shop in a hotel and then went back to the river where he found Kent still resting. Jonathan did not know whether or not Kent had woken up or if he had slept through the day. He put the satchel in Kent again and then woke him up.
Kent then exclaimed, “Let’s get going!” and he followed Jonathan to the blacksmith’s shop.
When Kent and Jonathan got to the blacksmith’s shop, Kent went inside and found that there was only Xavier’s shaping pounder. When he went back outside, he found Jonathan standing with his brand new gun pointed at...

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