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Igrid’s Version . Chapter 1.1
Welcome to my blog, I am here today to take you with me to one of my worlds. On this occasion, we will delve into the world of The Carrier of Death: On the Edge of Extinction. Here, we’ll live the story from Igrid’s own skin, Zayron’s relentless wife.
This chapter, like the rest I have uploaded and will be posting day after day, is a part of the extra chapters of the story and, therefore, complements them. I must remind you that the book doesn’t need these chapters to be understood, but I thought it would be interesting to tell the story of a few of the characters from each of their perspectives.
Igrid, furious at having woken up in the middle of the night and not finding her husband in the bed they share every night, will part on his search, without knowing that the following hours might change her destiny.
To set you into the plot, I must remind you that this story takes place 700 years into the future and that our planet is in a post-apocalyptic state caused by a war that nearly rendered humanity extinct. Unable to live on the surface due to the radiation, the cataclysm’s survivors have been forced to reside in the world’s undergrounds where there are no more oceans or even traces of the least amount of vegetation.
Within the world of The Carrier of Death, Igrid’s Version takes place a few hours before Keiser’s Version, and a day before the scenes told in the original book.
Hearing a door close, I subtly open my eyes and observe our creepy bedroom. Slightly illuminated by a lamp in the form of a reddish sphere that hangs from the center of the room, I examine in an instant my surroundings. Believing I might have suffered a sort of hallucination, I slide my hands over the bed, noticing my husband has abandoned our bedside.
Upset by the fact that he left again without letting me know, I remove the sheets off of my naked body and, furious, walk towards the crystal wall. Placing both hands on the frozen surface, I irritatedly observe our huge fortress. Slightly dazzled by the countless lights that emerge from it, I look at the clock, noticing that it’s a little past four a.m.
Unable to believe that he’s abandoned me again, I try to remain calm while I wait for my impertinent husband to exit our residence. A few minutes later, I manage to see him and, irritated, ferociously slam the crystal. Watching how a few floors below, he gets away from the building, I turn towards the dresser and from between the garments, grab one of the combat suits.
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