Here's an excerpt from episode six. Happy Friday everyone! I hope you're keeping up reading The Last Legacy weekly. From everyone's praise and comments, I know there are some die-hards out there. I love this book! Can't wait for the full compilation to come out in June. There will be a bonus scene from Season Two in the back, too.
“Here.” I handed Marcus my knife and pulled out the handgun from the back of my jeans. I grabbed his hand. Something bashed into the front door behind us from inside of the house. The eaters from the backyard must have made it in. I pulled Marcus with me off the porch. He stumbled over his feet.The drop from the raised porch wasn’t more than a few feet. I left Marcus up top as I jumped over the white railing. I landed on the grass with a lump.
“Come on, buddy.” I reached my arms up and helped get Marcus over the rail and over. An eater walked where we had just been, thumping into the siding and grabbing at it. They were stuck, trying to get through. Another eater came from behind and pushed into the rail, scratching. But the porch began creaking. We had to get out of there before it broke.
“Where’s my mom?” Marcus cried, looking towards the house.
Suddenly, a window crashed open. I bent down and covered my head, pulling Marcus beneath my arms. I turned towards the breaking sound and saw the kitchen window get smashed by an eater. His head poked through it, stuck in the jagged edges. His neck bled profusely, coating the normally clear glass in thick blood.
© Taylor Lavati 2017
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