Because the other kids never really understand Tyler, they give him strange looks. Which makes him always want to change his ways but he never really can.
When a group of soldiers burst threw the door Tyler threw himself into the closest room he can find. He couldn’t even hear the chaos from the first floor. He lay there on the floor until the sound of his heart throbbing escaped from his ears to its correct position in his chest. All he could hear were the screams of the young, innocent orphans.
As he continued laying on the floor, there became a sudden silence. Had they left him? In his head he was screaming, and begging them not to leave him, but his lips couldn’t come to form the words. He lay lifeless. A faint gunshot rings through the walls.