He couldn’t answer, the time had come the weapon was to be used, the same one used in Tallaght, the Authority would pay, they will die just like our parents and our death will spread a message. “Alexander?” His voice coming from the silence. “This isn’t right.” My brother said his voice so quiet and soft. “We shouldn’t be like them we need to be better all those people, those men and woman don’t need to die,”
Glynn cried even more, heartbroken. Afterwards Glynn sees a jeep, it was the rebel jeep, “Here!” Glynn called for help. Glynn was soon rescued. Glynn eventually evacuated Tallaght. One day later Tallaght was nuked. Glynn was worried about Gwyn and Billy. Later in the evacuee camp in Clondalkin, Glynn sees his friends Gwyn and Billy. “Gwyn! Billy!”
The homemade disk sped straight through the gunner’s head nearly decapitating him, “Well that worked.” I said to myself. The authority started walking back into the building so we pushed forward until they started to rain fire onto us. The attack was devastating, as most men couldn’t get out of the way in time. Eventually I was the only one left and I was furious picking up one of the soldiers rifles.
We made a decision to follow him, He entered the school through the main entrance and then immediately made his way to the study hall. I could see it on Mark’s face that he was hesitant to follow him into the room but I put my hand on his shoulder and assured him that it would be okay.
Jack tackled Keane causing Keane to drop the switch. “You are not doing this Keane! These are innocent lives! Women. Children!” “I have a mission and I will completer that mission!” Yelled Keane. But as soon as Keane yelled that a bomb went off. The mill began to explode. The building toppled over. Jack began to make his way out, bleeding everywhere.