I slowly opened my eyes. My head was throbbing. Ugh what had happened? I tried to think but it was like a thick fog clouding my memory.
How did I get here? Where is here? I stood up, my legs shaky. There was a door a few feet away. I staggered towards it and tried the handle. Locked. I leant against the door.
What had happened to me? I couldn’t think. My head was throbbing. I could hear my pulse in my ears. I was burning up. My eyelids were heavy and my eyes ached but I forced myself to look around. The room I was in was small. The walls were brick and the floor was covered in steel. A metal bed stood against the far wall. One metal dresser stood underneath it. The walls were bare and windowless. There was a small sink near me with a mirror above it. I ran the tap and splashed the cold water over my face.
It felt good. My head was no longer hurting however the thick fog clouding my memory never faded. I still didn’t know where I was or how I got here. And looking in the mirror it suddenly dawned on me. Who am I? I can’t actually remember my name. Or where I came from. There was a young boy in my room. Well not young, about my age. “Why am I here? Who are you?”
they boy continued staring through me and spoke, “I think she is talking to herself.” Before I could respond he spoke again. However this time it was a different voice. “Can we still use her? despite the insanity?”
I fumed at him. “What do you mean insanity? I am perfectly sane I’ll have you know! Who are you to comment on my sanity? I don’t even know you! I’ve never seen you before in my life!”
The boy just disapeered and I laid back on one of the beds and shut my eyes. I was almost asleep when I heard the door unlock and open.
“Time to meet the others half blood.”