So you can talk huh? Chapter 6. Crickets were chirping as they walked through the forest. Kindra reached into her pocket and pulled out a pocket watch. She sighed when she saw the time.So you can talk huh? Chapter 6. by *RustyRaccoon
"It's getting late. There should be a road nearby. We can use it to get to the town," Kindra said. "They should have accommodations as well as food and drink."
Paul grinned. "Does that mean we can have more beer? We're already donkeys, what more can it do to us?"
Kindra rolled her eyes, chuckled and petted Paul.
"I doubt they'd be happy with letting a donkey into the bar," Kindra said.
"Even a talking one?" Paul asked.
"It would be best
So you can talk huh? Chapter 5.Alexander had never been more frightened nor had he ever felt more helpless in his life then he felt now.So you can talk huh? Chapter 5. by *RustyRaccoon
Even turning into a donkey wasn't nearly as frightening as this.
The monstrous whale continued its assault on the boat. The sight of it smashing itself against the boat as it let lose deafening bellows was a terrifying sight that had Alexander almost convinced that they'd somehow encountered a slice of Hell itself.
He could only watch with horror on his face as the boat leaned enough that it was getting close to capsizing.
The fire was spreading, chocking much of the ship with black smoke.
Alexander looked at Bobby, who was still unc
So you can talk huh? Chapter 4.Freedom isn't free.So you can talk huh? Chapter 4. by *RustyRaccoon
Those words echoed in Bobby's mind even as fleeting regrets over fleeing plagued him. They'd been swimming for hours. The sun growing higher in the sky confirmed it. This was a lot harder then he thought it was going to be.
Freedom isn't free.
Staying would have left their futures in the Coachman's hands. That was a route as risky as what they were doing.
Bobby wondered more then once if they were in denial. Seeing themselves as strange looking boys was easy. He wanted to believe that people would accept them as such. The reality however was different.
Ill-gotten as their donkey forms were, they were still donkeys. Ex