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Secret: Chapter 1 The Reverse Fairy Tale

1086 words - 5 pages

Prologue: A little girl has just awoken from a dream. In that dream, her mother was reading a fairy tale for her. The girl rose from her bed, “So, it was just a dream,” she said with a sigh. She then went to the dining hall, hoping that the breakfast was already served. Upon getting there, a large bunny hopped towards the girl; “Good Morning my queen, your breakfast is already served!” She sat down in a beautifully ornamented chair and begun to eat her breakfast. She was the sole heir of the kingdom, the death of her mother entitled this little girl become the queen. However, since her kingdom was very rich and peaceful, there was not much for her to do than to live her everyday life in luxury. Still, the girl was not happy. While eating, she remembered about one single fairy tale that her mother never wanted to read for her. The girl raised her hand and the large rabbit quickly hopped towards the girl. She asked the rabbit to go to the library, “Joe, Reverse fairy tale; that was the name of the book, please check if it’s there and bring it to me.” The bunny bowed down to the girl, “Yes, my queen.” The bunny talked to a colorful bird at the side of large window and then it flew away. The girl has finished eating her food. In a soft voice, she said, “Mom, I promise, one day, I will be able to avenge your death.” The girl was lonely, for she no longer have any close relatives. Her father died before she was born due to an illness and her mother has been killed when their castle was seized. “Squawk, Apologies for the delay my queen, it took a little time for us to restore the book in its prime condition.” The young queen took the book from the bird’s beak. Without another word, she went straight back to her room. “Reverse fairy tale… I wonder why my mother never read this for me.” she sat down at her table and began reading. Chapter 1: The Reverse Fairy Tale ...

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