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Primary Feathers

Novel By: mutantgirl
Science fiction

Two teens grown in a lab for 15 years has finally been found by FBI agent, Kayla Woods. She has no idea what she got herself into. Savannah Kern 10% Harris hawk and 90% human. Mike Loot 10% Northern Harrier, 89% Human, and 1% fire.
They are one of the world's greatest mutants and together they are unstoppable. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Jul 1, 2011    Reads: 90    Comments: 3    Likes: 1   

Rule 1: Don't trust anyone.

Rule 2: Follow your instincts.

Rule 3: Never back down.

I grew up with these rules. Everything I did I made sure I followed them. If I didn't... let's just say it wasn't pleasant. I was born fifteen years ago. And every year it gets more brutal. The training, the exercises, and the punishments. One day my training is going to pay off. Everything will be worth it.

My eyes cracked open slightly. It was enough to see a man with four arms running right at me. Without a thought or a blink of an eye, I was back on my feet. He was aiming for a double punch but missed. His knuckles slammed against the wall leaving a stain of blood behind. It was obvious his lower right hand was broken. That definitely made him mad. This time he tried a kick to the chest. Rather I grabbed his leg and twist him whole body around. Then I pulled his leg to his back. I only had to move it an inch and it would have broken. Instead, the timeout alarm went off. In other words, that's enough.

Slowly, I moved away from squid dude. I pulled out my card from my neck and scanned it on the security pad. The pad beeped a few times and the steel doors opened. If I was lucky maybe, I could avoid,

"Hello Savannah." Said the man. His hair was as white as bleach. He had circles under his eyes and fine lines on his cheek. He was only forty-three yet he looked sixty. He created this place. He added the mutation, the avian DNA into my body while I was still in my mother's womb.

"Hello Dr. Andrew." I said perky. In reality, I would have gagged and made faces, but those were signs of immaturity. Every time we show them is the amount of times we get beat.

"I notice you were a little slow today. It also seems he caught you by surprise sometimes. I was very disappointing. We are heading to Japan in two years. You should be more prepared." He criticized.

"I am very sorry. It's just a rough patch. I'll straighten it out in no time."

"Alright, we will still need a talk on it though." He said sternly. I just nodded quietly. We he says we need a talk, he mean he going to beat me continuously so I will learn a lesson. What lesson? Umm... how about if you slack I'm going to break your back. Well, I better be heading out. I have a flying examination in five minutes.


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