Zombie Invasion
Author: Katiesue

Chapter 3
Chapter three

I quickly looked at the clock on the wall. 9:30. I didn’t eat breakfast so I was starting to get hungry. I looked outside once more, there was a strange figure that I didn’t recognize. Thinking it was probably a tourist I looked back down at my radio. Still no reception. Suddenly, there was a very loud pounding on the door. “Zombie!” shouted Saige. “Oh shit!” I shouted. “Reenforce the door!” Brad called out. Everyone put tables up against the door. Then huddled up in the back corner. I ran back to my seat and readied my pocket knife. The classroom door exploded. The tables flew and hit the wall. Zombies invaded the room, reaching out towards the students. Kids were screaming left and right and it looked like it would never end. “If I want to get out of here alive,” I said to myself. “I’m going to have to force my way through.” I didn’t like the idea, but I was right, if I wanted to get out of the classroom alive I would have to kill to get out of there. I threw my knife at the zombies and it got lodged in a zombie’s neck. It fell to the floor bleeding like it was a blood fountain. Everyone stopped screaming. “Come on,” I shouted loudly. “If you want to live, follow me!” “He’s right!” Brad stood up. “If Brad goes, I go!” Danny stood up next to Brad. “I’m with you!” “Me too!” Everyone stood up. “Let’s do this!” We all shouted and then we took something sharp and started to slaughter the zombies. I took my knife and stood back. Everyone finished and stood back. One more zombie left. Suddenly a computer screen whizzed by my head and hit the zombie square in the head. It fell with glass in it’s head. I looked back, Gustavo threw the computer! “It wasn’t me.” Gustavo said. Suddenly a voice said weakly: “I think I’ve been bitten.” We looked towards the voice. “Who are you?” I asked. “I...I...I’m bleeding! Ahhhh!” The random person fell to the ground, DEAD. “We’d better get out of here.” We ran out of the classroom and out of the school.


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