The Gang Leaders Rules  [SLOW UPDATES]

The Gang Leaders Rules [SLOW UPDATES]

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❅ NAE ❅ By PanicOfTheCrybabies Updated Jan 03

[Highest Ranking: #35 in Teen Fiction]

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"Tamara, Tamara, you know you've broken our schools #1 rule?" He walks closer to me, smirking still and I speak up.

"Actually, it was no. 7." I just can't keep my mouth shut.

"Do I look like I'm joking around Tamara!? You've gone and broken the schools top rule, and now your being a smart ass?" Jacob raises his voice, making me shrink back. Crap. He's angry. And bipolar apparently.

"Do you know what this calls for?" He smirks again. I shake my head, not daring to look him in the eye. He continues. 

"Punishment."

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My name is Tamara Morgan, and welcome to Ridgeway High. You see, the school I go to, is very different from others you might of heard of, or been to. My school is run by a gang leader. A very handsome, menacing, one I may add.

How is this possible? You may ask? Well, if your dad is in a very high place in government and your mom is one of the best lawyers in California, it could happen, and it did.

Jacob Matthews.

Feared by everyone, whether your twice his size, or half his age, it wouldn't matter. Everyone knew how much power he and his gang held. Oh? Did I forget to mention that Jacob's gang, was the most dangerous in the country. It is.

Jacob and his gang have laid many rules. Some smaller than others. The biggest rule at our school is Rule No. 7.

Jacob said, and I quote; "Rule No. 7: No one is to attempt to leave the school. If you still exceed to leave the school boundaries, you will be faced by severe consequences."

Everyone is too scared to face the wrath of Jacob, that explains why no one has ever broken that rule.

Well, until I did.

addiction2read addiction2read Dec 29, 2016
Exceed is the incorrect word. Or if you use it, you have to leave out "to leave"
addiction2read addiction2read Dec 29, 2016
Don't put a comma after "My name is Tamara Morgan" (I think.)
sharlahn2002 sharlahn2002 Oct 31, 2016
That's great!! If u start young, you can learn from your mistakes and make it better in the future!!:)
addiction2read addiction2read Dec 29, 2016
Don't put a comma after "the school I go to". It should be "You see, the school I go to isn't like..."
Oh lordy, she's the same age as me and I couldn't write that! Man she made this book prepared.
addiction2read addiction2read Dec 29, 2016
I would just spell out number, it sounds more professional in your writing. Not like overly professional, but to the point I sounds like you've been educated well