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  • just steal it!
  • I cant!
  • Naughty girl why did you steal the sports cup. And your new!
  • But I didn't I don't know who did?!
  • We no you did not steal it.
  • Thank you but I don't want dinner mum.
  • Lydia was new to this school in Tarwich because she used to live in London. She wants to be in a group with her friend Frankie but Anne who is the leader tells her to steal the school sports cup to be in the group but Lydia does not.
  • Go away!
  • We know it was you who stole the sports cup!
  • Suddenly the sports cup gets in her locker and everyone thinks it's her who stole it but Lyidia thinks it's Anne.
  • Aaaahhh!!!
  • But her family don't believe its her.
  • But what if he's not my brother?
  • Then in the shop Lydia and her mum meat Annes mum and get into a big arguament and Lydia stormes of outside.
  • Then Frankie comes to try and talk to Lydia but Lydia accidentaly pushes her in front of a car and Frankie goes to the hospital unconcious. Then she walkes by herself and goes on a bus to the moors. Then she gets lost and a storm comes. then she faints and wakes up in the moors lost still wjen she finds somoene her age called Fran in the moors. Then Fran takes her to her friends mike house.
  • Then she   finds out that she's   in the future! But  a person called Daniel Henson who is a bad because he  put out night guard who can kill you if they see you at night.  Lydia thinks he might be her brother so Mike and her go through the tunnels but the night guard finds them and puts Lydia into a room   with Daniel  but he says   his sister died near her 13th birthday. But they find a way back and find out Frans mum is Anne!
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