In the summer of 2016 I’ll arrive at 8:30 to set up an exam as I have many times before.
When we throw the doors open at 10 to 9 there will be only two students waiting.
“Quick, here comes Brian.”
The giggle that accompanied this breathless statement was almost as annoying as fingernails on a chalkboard. Out of the corner of her eye, Gail Roberts caught the quick adjustment of clothing, meant to reveal the best amount of curves and skin. 533 more words
The stone hallway was dark, the air heavy with the smell of aged sweat and the metallic staleness of drying blood. The battles for the day had already begun, the line that had reached the streets of eager participants slowly moving into the belly of the Coliseum. 1,201 more words