Well, now that you know how we arrived, let me tell how we came to get this little two room loft. It all began on our second day at Villa Gardenias. We went to Marty and Monica’s house to try and see if we could get a place at Gringolandia, and as you can see we were lucky. So after meeting Monica, we went to Gringolandia to see this apartment called number 6 which was boring and a little small. As we sat down Marty tried to find which key went to number 7. We went to look at number 7 which was and is lovely. Then everyone left to go to her house to sign some papers, but after signing the grown-ups talked while the kids (Monica’s grand kids, Elea, and I) played soccer, and then we played hide and go seek until we tired ourselves out. We went into the boys’ room and watched TV and played a little toss game, and sometimes we went out of the room to toss an inflatable swim toy around the house. Not too long after we finished playing a game of toss, it was time to leave. The next day, we met Monica at our place in Gringolandia to get the key. The next day we were moving in.
We spent about two hours unpacking and taking things off the top and inside of the car. Then we relaxed for a little -- not too long. After we cooled down, the gas people arrived and we said we didn’t need any, which later turned out to be a mistake. Later that day we headed down to the supermarket on the perimetro where got hamburger meat. Back at home, we discovered we had barely any gas, only enough to last us a couple of meals. But that is another story. Then we had hamburgers and Elea, Mom, and I fell asleep up in the loft. That’s when the diarrhea hit.
More on that later. As I said earlier, my Dad wants me to post my book reports, so here is my first one:
In this Thriller Louis Creed took his family to Ludlow, Maine from Chicago, Illinois. That’s when is trouble started. On his first day at the Maine University Medical Center a patient named Victor Paxcow told him, "Strange things are going to happen, Louis" just before he died with a cracked skull from a car accident.
That night Victor came back in a dream. He took Louis to a place called the Pet Sematary and warned him not to go to the Micmac burying ground. When his family went to Thanksgiving, his daughter’s cat was run over by a truck so Louis and his neighbor Judson Crandall buried Church at the Pet Sematary near the Micmac burying ground. The next day Church was back stinking of death.
In the next year his son Gage was run over by a truck. He remembered what how Church came back to life so, a few days later Louis took his son to the Micmac Burying Ground
I warn you it is a little scary especially when Gage comes back from the dead. This story is filled with twist and turns that contain a bit of suspense and horror and a lot of Mystery. I recommend you buy this book but be warned.
Written by: Stephen King
Reviewed by: Abigail Carroll
Hasta la Vista!