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Genius Boy

Genius Boy

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Cass By CBbookworm Updated May 14

Astrid is a Sophomore in high-school, living in the historic city of Berk. Her grades are failing and she has two options: find a tutor and possibly destroy her reputation as the most popular girl in school, or be assigned one and never play a school sport again. Little does Astrid know, that an option three is going to present itself soon. One day on her way home from school a handsome but gimpy stranger runs out of an alley and knocks her over. This stranger is quickly followed by three men in black suits who are asking if anyone has seen the boy. A week later Astrid manages to locate the boy and she confronts him about his identity. Turns out this gimpy boy's name is Hiccup, and he is under the constant protection of the FBI. See, Hiccup is a technological genius and  the worlds greatest hacker, he is being hunted by Gang Lords so that they may posses his genius and use it for evil purposes. That's not even mentioning the dragon he is protecting after it was thawed out of an iceberg. Maybe this Genius is just what Astrid needs, and maybe he needs her just as much. Who else could successfully keep him out of trouble? Certainly not the FBI!

oh man I am the opposite of Astrid :(
                              My favorite subject is math, least favorite gym and the same for strengths and weaknesses. Favorite book? well, I love to read but I'm liking this one so far... ;)
"Now that I know your name its all good and I'll stop yelling at you. Name's Astrid by the way Oh you choking for some reason?" My take on that situation lol!
she asks questions? Says the guys that asked a teenage girl in what direction the fugitive went!
For some reason I can't help but laugh when hiccup speaks in third person. Is it just me or is it adorkable?
atomicbomb1962 atomicbomb1962 Mar 14, 2016
I've also got a science teacher in my school named Mr Newman
mikiwalk mikiwalk Oct 15, 2015
same em, but it was my old school, and her son was  replacement teacher me