Three students named Kenneth Sampson, Angeline Riddle, and Carla Morton were just sitting around, talking about Tanya Shinnok, who had disappeared over the summer.
Or as it follows:
“Did you hear about…” Kenneth began to say.
Of course I heard,” said Angeline. “It doesn’t mean that I have to believe it.”
“Well, it’s not like we believe it,” said Carla. “I mean, The Stranger? Come on! Even Twilight puts a name and a face on its villains. But The Stranger? No. Just no.”
“Yeah, let’s get real here,” said Angeline.
“I hope that those Teen Rebels know what’s good for them and stop looking for Tanya,” said Kenneth, “and the sooner they do that, the better.
“You think?” said Carla
“Now you and I both know that that ain’t never gonna happen, not as long as they hang out with each other and they all remember her,” said Angeline
“Yeah, it’s not like we can’t break them apart again and make them find different friends,” said Kenneth. “Not after what happened last summer.”
“Yeah,” said Carla. “Why would we break them up, just so they can find each other once again? I swear that those guys are like magnets, and you can’t break magnets apart without hurting yourself.”
Kenneth and Angeline knew that Carla was right; as long as Mara Llewellyn, Stuart Greer, Irene Haughton, and Pearl Tanner were together, they could not be separated, or made to forget Tanya Shinnok. No matter what was said about their friendship, it was clearly evident that the Teen Rebels would never give up looking for her just because a faceless villain told them to.
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