LOST: A Fan- Fiction
63 Survivors. 1 Island.
After their plane crashes on a mysterious Pacific Island, survivors try to cooperate and live together, at least until their rescue. The 63 survivors, of all different sorts, work together to build shelters, gather food, and evenly trade items that were saved from the wreckage. They become closer, become one, become a community.
Yet, when they hear a frightening message, they aren't sure a rescue party is coming at all.
Personal drama begins causing all out wars, and the people are having to scavenge for food, their own all gone. Weapons are being sold to shifty people, and they are not being traded with items. They're being traded with blood. Water is running out, people are drinking from the sea; people are being wrongly judged, and sometimes even going to "prison".
Every single person that survived had a deep secret, one that could kill them. And when the secrets slip, it might do just that.
And throughout this all, the survivors are noticing something. The Island: odd occurrences have popped up everywhere, and they are seeing things that shouldn't be possible. Though with everything going on--people drinking salt water, sleep light and short, kids being forced to sleep with knifes under their pillow for safety, hallucinations running though everyone-- can they really be sure that what they are seeing . . . is real?