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My vision fractured into shards of light. Stars joined the little birds as Janie slammed my head onto the floor several times. Stunned, I felt her climb off me, kneeing me in the stomach in the process. “You know what I wish, little sister?” “That I’d die?” My voice sounded sulky in my own ears. She snorted, her lips curved into a sneer. “Nothing quite so simple. No, I wis My vision fractured into shards of light. Stars joined the little birds as Janie slammed my head onto the floor several times. Stunned, I felt her climb off me, kneeing me in the stomach in the process. “You know what I wish, little sister?” “That I’d die?” My voice sounded sulky in my own ears. She snorted, her lips curved into a sneer. “Nothing quite so simple. No, I wish you were an Amber Alert. That someone would kidnap you and you’d disappear.” She snapped her fingers open wide like a magician completing a trick. “Now, that would turn my frown upside down.” I gaped at her, unable to speak as her words rolled over me in a tidal wave of hatred. I’d never truly understood the depth of her loathing. It was the knockout punch that left no outward mark. The room was still. The entire house was quiet, as though the violence of her words had made it catch its breath. The silence was broken by a woman’s scream of terror. My mother’s, I later learned. It was the first scream. It wouldn’t be the last. I didn’t know it at the time, but neither did I know Janie’s wish would come true. Julie McIntyre


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My vision fractured into shards of light. Stars joined the little birds as Janie slammed my head onto the floor several times. Stunned, I felt her climb off me, kneeing me in the stomach in the process. “You know what I wish, little sister?” “That I’d die?” My voice sounded sulky in my own ears. She snorted, her lips curved into a sneer. “Nothing quite so simple. No, I wis My vision fractured into shards of light. Stars joined the little birds as Janie slammed my head onto the floor several times. Stunned, I felt her climb off me, kneeing me in the stomach in the process. “You know what I wish, little sister?” “That I’d die?” My voice sounded sulky in my own ears. She snorted, her lips curved into a sneer. “Nothing quite so simple. No, I wish you were an Amber Alert. That someone would kidnap you and you’d disappear.” She snapped her fingers open wide like a magician completing a trick. “Now, that would turn my frown upside down.” I gaped at her, unable to speak as her words rolled over me in a tidal wave of hatred. I’d never truly understood the depth of her loathing. It was the knockout punch that left no outward mark. The room was still. The entire house was quiet, as though the violence of her words had made it catch its breath. The silence was broken by a woman’s scream of terror. My mother’s, I later learned. It was the first scream. It wouldn’t be the last. I didn’t know it at the time, but neither did I know Janie’s wish would come true. Julie McIntyre

31 review for Bad Blood: An Immortal Firewalkers Short (The Immortal Firewalkers)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Misha Estrada

    Crazy and suspenseful short story. Makes me want to read the series.

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    Gail

    good It's a prequel to how twins were stolen because they are Fecund. Which I guess means their blood is better than a regular humans. It was short but interesting. good It's a prequel to how twins were stolen because they are Fecund. Which I guess means their blood is better than a regular humans. It was short but interesting.

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