Rimwick

Rimwick

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Chai By FionaChai Completed

"The night is totally black, now, except for the guardian light of the street lamps. No one is out besides me. I fold my arms, missing my army jacket's warmth, and head home quickly. It's dangerous to be out at night. But I don't run. If you run in Rimwick, something chases you." 

There are two rules in the small town of Rimwick: 

1. Don't be different. 

2. Don't go outside after dark. 

Riley Fey broke both the rules. And breaking rules in Rimwick doesn't mean you get grounded; it means you might end up dead. Dead is not a situation Riley wants to be in, even though everyone at school hates her, her dad is MIA, and her mother is the town witch. But when a wolf shows up at Riley's door and takes her to a dangerous land outside her town, "dead" begins to seem a whole lot more likely.

#6 in Fantasy
A Wattpad Feature Novel
Promoted by Goosebumps movie 
Winner of the HQ Wattys Award
Nominated for The People's Choice Award

am i the only one who knew she was talking about herself at the beggining of the chapter???..anyway cookies for the author..very clever
Acroshna Acroshna Aug 28
... This girl is awesome!!! I so should have done that to that boy's truck in high school. Oh did I say that out loud?
Why does she do it, though? I mean, to everyone, she might look so carefree, or that she doesn't care about what people will say, but I think that she does care... and she's actively trying to defy expectations, to weird everyone out
I like this girl. A lot. Mostly because I do the same things. Especially the whole black clothes look at me wrong and I WILL kill you thing.
ChannelChai ChannelChai Jul 30
I couldn't say no to the summary so here i am. Absolutely love the dry humour and vague sarcasm in this. It's amazing how you can show so much character in one short chapter, and your writing is great! I'm enjoying this already.
am i the only one who knew she was talking about herself at the beggining of the chapter???..anyway cookies for the author..very clever