The Great Escape
5 teenagers are marooned on a mysterious private island with a huge mansion but no signs of life. What they find there will unfold a whole new mystery of its own.
There were 5 of us. 5 people who had definitely survived the sinking. We didn’t know if there were more people on the island, but it was getting dark. Like, pitch black dark.
“What now?” I asked, running my fingers through my white hair.
“We should make a fire.” One girl answered. She had shoulder-length dirty blonde hair with bangs that fell into her blueish-green eyes. “For warmth, and in case someone sees it and comes over.”
“That’s smart, but I don’t think anyone will see it.” This girl seemed to be the logical one. She was the Aussie I had seen on the boat. Wavy brown hair set off her tan skin and electric green eyes. She was definitely beautiful.
“Why not?” Asked a girl with pretty hazel eyes and wavy blonde hair. “Do you think we’re the only ones?”
“I think we have to assume we are.” The only other boy rocked back on his heels and rubbed his temples. He had brown spiky hair and foreign olive skin.
“How is this even possible?” I mused aloud. “What sunk us?”
“No idea,” the Aussie said. “My name’s Lara Alan, by the way.”
“Ethan. Ethan Tulloch.” The other guy.
“Samantha Rivera.” The girl who had proposed the fire idea.
“Delilah Abigail Parks, but call me Lily,” said the blonde.
“I’m Zach.” I said, standing up. “Pleasure to meet you all.”