You are walking a fragile line.
When Lexi woke up her face was pressed into the dirt.
With a soft groan she managed to roll herself onto her back. When she opened her eyes she was staring up at a bright blue sky.
That wasn’t right. It had been night. If she was seeing anything, it should have been stars.
“Oh, that’s right,” she said to herself. “I must be dead.”
Lexi was surprised with how calm she felt. She expected more panic? Or at least a deep sadness? She didn’t feel much of anything.
She looked around — there were no clouds in the sky — but most disconcerting of all was that there wasn’t a sun in the sky either. It was just blue. A blue that stretched for infinity.
“It’s just an illusion,” a small voice said.Continue reading “Chapter 2: Oblivion”