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Never Ending

Summary: This is the sequel to Never Ending the alternate ending.

Chapters: 1 2 3

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This last part is a little short. Please R&R!!!



Elena fumbled with her keys.  She finally managed to get the door to her small cottage open.  She dropped the grocery bags, letting the contents spill onto the wooden table.  She put everything in its place, lining each thing up perfectly.  She then walked to the fridge and carefully placed each apple in a row.

Once the grocery’s were done, she grabbed her 19-ounce bag of M&M’s.  She skipped over to the couch where six bowls were already laid out on the coffee table.  Elena plopped down and carefully opened the bag.  She picked out one M&M at a time and divided them into groups by color.

The empty bag fluttered to the floor and Elena beamed down at her candy.  Six groups, six colors, she thought.  Elena picked up the bowl of red M&M’s and started to line them up on the table, counting them as she went.

“One, two, three,…” until eventually, “twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four.”  Elena clapped her hands together, overjoyed at the amount of red candy pieces.  She repeated this process with each color, but when she came to the brown, a problem occurred.

“Twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six.”  Her brow furrowed in frustration.  Twenty-six was a multiple of thirteen and thirteen was a BAD number!  Elena huffed.  She could feel her mind slowly slipping out of her control.  She fought as hard as she could, but she wasn’t strong enough.


Elena opened her eyes to find everything in disarray.  The coffee table was leaning against the wall and the couch was turned upside down.  M&M’s littered the floor.  She slowly stood up and sighed.  Elena walked to the closet and got out the broom.  She started to clean up.

Elena wiped her forehead with her sleeve.  She admired her work.  The living room was back to normal again.  A knock on the door startled her.  She opened it to find Holly Short smiling up at her.

“Hello, Elena.  I’m not to early am I?” she said, offering her a bouquet of flowers.  Oh my gosh, I totally forgot about my dinner with Holly, she thought

Elena took them graciously.  “No of course not.  Come on in,”  she stood aside to let the elf walk in.  Holly took a seat at the table.  Elena walked into the kitchen to prepare dinner.

“So, Elena, are you feeling okay?”  Holly asked suddenly.  Elena dropped her ladle into the soup.  She carefully fished it out and washed it off in the sink.

“Of course I’m feeling okay,” she said, turning to Holly.  “Why wouldn’t I be?”

“Because today is Artemis’s birthday.”

Elena closed her eyes for a moment.  A single tear rolled down her cheek.  She felt a pounding in the back of her mind.  No! she thought.  I will not give in. Elena turned around and stared at Holly.  “Holly, I moved away from Fowl Manor 2 years ago because it was just too painful to be around his parents.  Do you think that I need you to remind me of Artemis?”  she snapped.   Holly flinched back.  I’m sorry, Holly, she thought, it’s the only way.

Holly didn’t say a word the rest of the night.  Elena bid her a good night and quickly shut the door.  She slowly sank to the floor and pulled her legs to her chest.  She buried her face in her knees and wept.

I can help you,” a smooth voice said.  Elena’s head snapped up, she glanced around the room.

“Holly?”  Elena opened the door and looked around.  No one was there.  She carefully closed the door.

I can help you,” the voice said again.  Elena spun in circles, trying to find the source.

“Who are you?” she asked, finally.

I’m someone who can help.”  Elena walked into the living room.  She happened to glance in a wall mirror.  She froze.  Instead of seeing her scared face, she saw a wicked sneer.  Elena walked closer to the mirror.

“Who are you?” she repeated.  The girl’s smile grew.

My name is Roxy.  I live up here,” she tapped her temple and Elena winced as she felt a pounding in the back of her head again.

“How can you help me?” Elena asked, intrigued slightly.

I can make all of this pain,” she gestured to Elena’s puffy red eyes, “go away.”  Elena’s eyes widened.

“You can!”  she moved even closer.  “How?”

Roxy smiled evilly.  “It’s very simple. Just…”  Roxy’s eyes glinted.  “Give.  Me.  Control!”  Roxy hammered against the walls of her confined space with each word.  Elena grabbed her head and grunted in pain.  She stumbled backwards.  Elena looked back at the girl in the mirror.  Roxy’s eyes gleamed with pure hatred.

“No!” Elena yelled at her.  “I will never let you win!”  She ran up the stairs and into her room.  She slammed the door and stood there panting.

Chapters: 1 2 3

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9 responses to “Never Ending.” Join in!

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  2. Hermione Fowl July 31st, 2011 at 6:31 am 2

    That was really good. I loved Elena, BUT. . .
    “You can!” she moved even closer. – “You can?” She moved even closer.
    Elena is a girl, right? Is it not a bit weird that Holly gave her flowers??
    Has Elena got Atlantis Complex, or has she gone mad with grief?? Make that a little clearer, please.

  3. I agree with Hermione. I think she has a mix between grief and the AC. And it’s a little jumbled up a bit.

    So…. 4/L If you don’t update me will shoot you with my gun that shoots tacos. *Points pink taco gun at*

  4. <3Trouble<3(FowlsGirl123) July 31st, 2011 at 8:00 pm 4

    I agree with everyone else that it is a bit weird that Holly gave her flowers. I also agree that it’s kinda confusing whether she has the complex or not, but it’s also nice because it makes it a little bit more suspensful.

    This was good, but I thought it was a bit lacking in description. What does the cottage look like, besides extremely neat? Where is the cabin? Maybe a little bit more about how Elena feels, or how Holly was thinking. Other than that, I loved it, and definitely think you should continue.

    Please update! 4/s!

  5. That part at the end made my eyes tear up for real. It was so sad and beautiful, I feel bad for them not being able to be together. No mistakes, but at the begging and middle I thought it was a little to fast. So you could say some more things that she did. I don’t like Roxy!


  6. I haven’t read the whole series, but what’s with you and alternate ending?!?! Overall, everything was neat and tidy, minimal mistakes, if any. However, mah only concern is that everyone is STILL using AC as a hiccup or hurdle in their story. Use something else!

    5/s. For a job well done.

  7. FantasyDevourer August 3rd, 2011 at 2:57 pm 7

    I agree with TM; why is EVERYONE using Atlantis Complex??

    I only saw a few mistakes, so very good with that.


  8. in love with Arty 6302 August 3rd, 2011 at 2:58 pm 8

    I liked it all chapters one through 3


  9. <3Trouble<3(FowlsGirl123) August 4th, 2011 at 12:03 am 9

    Oh! Man, Roxy is annoying! And I feel so bad for Elena!

    This was amazing. I didn’t see any mistakes, and I’m loving it so far. Great job!

    Only one thing, you need to categorize your stories. You just go to the side, and scroll down a bit, then choose the one that fits best. There’s a filing guide in Helps and How to’s.

    Awesome! 5/s!

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