Project Alien

Although they ran quickly, they were still not making enough progress. Going downhill was one of the aliens’ strengths, and there was no doubt about it. With one swift motion a battered, old, green tentacle swiped them of their feet and and dropped them into it’s mouth- it missed. The alien roared in fury as it struggled to get up, as for the people, they ran as fast as they could into the foliage ahead- lucky for them- not lucky for me. I was standing next to a nearby wheelie bin, the monster stared at me, it took ten steps forward then three back, I stood there astonished, I then ran, as fast as I could right into a nearby hotel, and I am still relieving my stress.

The End, or is it…

5 thoughts on “Project Alien”

  1. Hi Adam,
    I really enjoyed reading your story this week. Well done.
    From your catchy title to your fast-moving story you had me hooked!
    It sounds like you were in the wrong place at the wrong time – I’m glad you survived.
    Super work. Keep writing!

    Mrs Boyce (Team 100WC)

  2. Hi Adam, I enjoyed reading your exciting story. There is some great description such as ‘roared in fury’ and ‘with knee swift motion’ which makes it easy for the reader to imagine the scene.
    There are a few commas used to join sentences, but you have used a good range of punctuation.

  3. Great post Adam! I really like how you didn’t give the background knowledge for the story, so I had no idea what project alien was or why they were running from it. I like a lot’of movies and TV shows that start off like that. Nice job!

  4. Hi Adam! Your piece is awesome! It is awesome because you made the title and text is catchy. Did you know aliens might actually be a real thing!? I have reaad books about aliens and they are just like this. Next time you should not say “the end” but something that will leave the reader to want more.

    Come check out mine from Trey in Illinois.

  5. This story was based on my extension maths, so thats where I got the idea from!!


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