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hoofdstuk 59/3/2014

Victoria came home to late from Elise’s house. She found Seraphina in the kitchen feeding her little brother Charlie. Seraphina told her that she was too late and that she had promised her mother to be back at six o’clock. Victoria apologized for being late and said that she should have phoned. Seraphina asked what Victoria has done to her hair and she said that Elise did her hair and began to rake through it. She asked Seraphina where here parents were. Seraphina answered that they went out for dinner with Dr. Conway and his wife. Victoria made a disrespectful comment about Dr. Conway and his wife.

After the little conversation Victoria got her food and went to her room. She heard the drone of the front door bell and ran to it to open it. A policeman was standing in front of her and said that he found their dog Hattie by the Location, where somebody lives who eats dogs. He entered the door and looked at her Dad’s collection of South African art.

Victoria could hear Seraphina coming down the passage and wished the policeman would leaving. Seraphina asked who was there. The policeman recognized Seraphina’s voice and said hello to her. He asked how her son Maswe was.

Victoria was trying to get the policeman out of her house but he said that she must tell Dr Miller that it was him, Sergeant Kloete, who saved Hettie’s life and that he congratulates him with his new post.

Finally the policeman left and Victoria stayed behind with a lot of questions about the policeman and the things he had said. 

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blue sky freedom, chapter nine, DaniŽl Nijhof24/2/2014

Blue sky freedom

Chapter: 9

Victoria her parents were joined by the Conways when they got back. They came to celebrate that father accepted the new post. Victoria her mother went to the bedroom of her daughter upstairs and there  she found her daughter with wet clothes and wet hair. After asking if she had  already taken a shower  and without waiting for a answer she told Victoria to dress up for the occasion and go downstairs after that to meet with the Conways. After Victoria entered the room she was greeted by Mrs. and Mr. Conway, which she didn’t like. After she had tried to escape from the guests  but her mom  came in with a tray of savories. Mrs. Conway told her that she had a surprise for her, instead of saying her full name she said Vicky. Mrs. Conway gave her a photograph album which came from the back of her chair. She had told Victoria to put some photos in it of dashy boys. She went upstairs to her bedroom and could only think about Maswe who was laying in a haypile. She threw the album in on the ground. She thought  about putting a photograph of Maskwe in the album but then she remembered what Mrs. Conway had said: “It’s not a record of your servants”. Is there a reason to put a picture of a stinky, dirty black human in a lovely, pure, whites girl’s album? That how Mrs. Conway thinks. All night the was thinking about Maswe and while she heard muffled laughs of her parents and the Conways in the living room she layed down on her bed and let a big sigh

Created by: Daniël Nijhof 3M

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Chapter Twenty-Two24/2/2014

When Victoria ran through the backyard, she threw her satchel somewhere on the ground and ran to Maswe’s room. When she reached Maswe’s room, she saw that he  was not there. On her knees, she crawled to the bathroom and called Maswe.  He wasn't there either. She suddenly heard the dog, Hattie barking and she ran across the garden. She could see the dog at the far end, and Maswe was there too. She shouted  “wait”, while Maswe was trying to get  across the fence. When she reached Maswe, she said:  ‘why didn’t you wait for me?’ Then Maswe said: ‘you were late’. Maswe had to go now and turned around. Then Victoria found out that it was her own fault. “Maswe,  she screamed and ran after him. She caught him by his shirt and he turned around. ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry’, Victoria said. Then Maswe placed his hands on her shoulders and said: ‘I'm not going away forever, you know’.  He looked at Victoria. Then he bent over and pressed his lips to hers. Immediately he straightened up. He frowned, looking at something behind Victoria. He saw something pink. She looked over her shoulder. The pink reflection was a car, moving down the road. Sala Kakuhle(stay well), Tori, he said, then turned and made sure that he got away. Uhamba kakuhle, Maswe. Victoria said. And she watched how Maswe reached the first and second crossroads and she only can see a small blue rectangle, disappering  around the corner. And she stood there watching him eventhough  she could not see him anymore.

Made by: Erik Rinia

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Blue sky freedom chapter twenty-four24/2/2014

Blue sky freedom

Chapter twenty-four

It was four o’clock when  dad knocked on my door and asked if I wanted to come out for a walk. I said yes and by car we went to the beach together with our dog Hattie. They stout on a dune for a while and then walked down the path to the wide beach. The wind blew fiercely  and it was whipping their hair and clothes. When they entered the beach they saw a freshly painted sign with the text whites only. There were only a few people on the beach, white people, and there were some radio’s and a man selling ice-cream.

Dad bought me a ice-cream and I slowly ate the ice. After that we started to walk back to the car and The wind began to blow harder and sand blew up on the beach. When we reached the car dad told me that I had to call mom and say that we were on our way back to home. After calling my mom, she wanted to speak to dad as well. They talked about someone called Joanna who was found unconscious. Dad was blamed about that it was his day off and that he had weekend.  Then we hang up and told me there was little time. He told me to get in my car and he said that there was no time to bring me home and that we had to go to the police station straight away. We stepped in the car and we drove away.

Boris Philippo 3M

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Hoofdstuk 324/2/2014

 Summary Chapter 3 BLEU SKY FREEDOM

 

After school Victoria and her friend Elise went back to their home. Elise walked next to Victoria and asked what was going on all day, because she did a little weird all the time. Victoria saw Elise lifting up her uniform all the time to show of her pants and had enough of it, so she said something about it. Because Victoria said this, Elise thought she was cranky. And therefore she started to enumerate all the weird things that Victoria did that day. Ultimately Elise thought Victoria was just jealous. Victoria decided not to stop at the home of Elise for the first time and just walked on. When she got home, she saw a bowl of cake batter in the kitchen where she took a lick from at the exact time her mother came in. Mother told that her father would not come home to eat that night, and so they would have a lot of extra chocolate cake . Then Victoria decided to go to Seraphina, the mother of Maswe, to tell her that her son had visited her from college. When she arrived, she sat down on the bed. Seraphina was opening an envelope from the college of Maswe. But she did not want to say what was in it and went on to make dinner. When Victoria decided to go home, she saw a picture of Maswe lying on the floor. She looked at it for a while and put it back on the floor. Just when she was leaving and she was about to close the door behind her, she decided to take the picture with her.

 

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Hoofdstuk 3 24/2/2014

Summary Chapter 3 BLEU SKY FREEDOM

 

After school Victoria and her friend Elise went back to their home. Elise walked next to Victoria and asked what was going on all day, because she did a little weird all the time. Victoria saw Elise lifting up her uniform all the time to show of her pants and had enough of it, so she said something about it. Because Victoria said this, Elise thought she was cranky. And therefore she started to enumerate all the weird things that Victoria did that day. Ultimately Elise thought Victoria was just jealous. Victoria decided not to stop at the home of Elise for the first time and just walked on. When she got home, she saw a bowl of cake batter in the kitchen where she took a lick from at the exact time her mother came in. Mother told that her father would not come home to eat that night, and so they would have a lot of extra chocolate cake . Then Victoria decided to go to Seraphina, the mother of Maswe, to tell her that her son had visited her from college. When she arrived, she sat down on the bed. Seraphina was opening an envelope from the college of Maswe. But she did not want to say what was in it and went on to make dinner. When Victoria decided to go home, she saw a picture of Maswe lying on the floor. She looked at it for a while and put it back on the floor. Just when she was leaving and she was about to close the door behind her, she decided to take the picture with her. 

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Hoofdstuk 3 24/2/2014

Summary Chapter 3 BLEU SKY FREEDOM

 

After school Victoria and her friend Elise went back to their home. Elise walked next to Victoria and asked what was going on all day, because she did a little weird all the time. Victoria saw Elise lifting up her uniform all the time to show of her pants and had enough of it, so she said something about it. Because Victoria said this, Elise thought she was cranky. And therefore she started to enumerate all the weird things that Victoria did that day. Ultimately Elise thought Victoria was just jealous. Victoria decided not to stop at the home of Elise for the first time and just walked on. When she got home, she saw a bowl of cake batter in the kitchen where she took a lick from at the exact time her mother came in. Mother told that her father would not come home to eat that night, and so they would have a lot of extra chocolate cake . Then Victoria decided to go to Seraphina, the mother of Maswe, to tell her that her son had visited her from college. When she arrived, she sat down on the bed. Seraphina was opening an envelope from the college of Maswe. But she did not want to say what was in it and went on to make dinner. When Victoria decided to go home, she saw a picture of Maswe lying on the floor. She looked at it for a while and put it back on the floor. Just when she was leaving and she was about to close the door behind her, she decided to take the picture with her. 

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Chapter 2324/2/2014
Chapter Twenty-three starts with that Victoria went to a fairground. It was the first time that victoria went to a fairground in her live that had a windmill which going round and round and upside down at the same time. On her way to her house she stumbled and she felt all over the feeling she had in the windmill. She felt that swooping, swirling and curdling feeling all over again. When she reached home she went to the bedroom. In the bedroom Victoria find the envelope she had given to Maswe, it was sealed. She held it out the window.  Seraphine’s name was written out in full capital letters on the front. On another sheet her name was on front. But it was far too dark to read it there. Then she carried the stack of old stuff in to her house and she stashed the letter to Seraphine in the back of her wardrobe with everything else and took his note to her armchair. There she read the letter. In the letter stayed that she had save Maswe’s life and that he love’s her. And for the first time since a few weeks, she slept well.
The next day she decided that she needed to being busy, to think less about Maswe.
So she went that day in the garden sunbathing. After she had sunbathing some time, she went back into her house.  She had hidden Maswe’s letter in one of Mom’s old Cherry Ames books and, even though she knew what he had written off by heart, she just had to look again. At the end she said Ndiya kuthanda Maswe what means: I love you Maswe.
 
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Hoofdstuk 1324/2/2014

Victoria lay on her bed, she couldn’t sleep. Mom came in and asked if she was all right. Then she gave Victoria a goodnight kiss. But Victoria couldn’t sleep. 
She kept thinking about Maswe, he hadn’t eaten for hours, he was lying in a puddle of water. But he deserved to be uncomfortable for a while!
Later that night Victoria went downstairs and took some food for Maswe. Victoria gave him some food and turned to the door. ‘Don’t go!’ said Maswe ‘Tori – I want to speak to you.’ ‘No!’ hissed Victoria. ‘It is right that you should know what is happening. You saved my life.’
‘OK tell it to me,’ said Victoria ‘why is Kloete after you?’
‘Kloete thinks I am a communist. He thinks I am part of an organization plotting to blow up the South African Government. But I am not a communist, I am a member of Black Consciousness.’
‘What is that?’ asked Victoria.
‘My people are slaves, slaves in our country. We believe that black people must fight for the freedom of black people we will do everything in our power to achieve this.’ ‘Tori, if Kloete finds me, he will squeeze me. I slipped through his fingers once. He won’t let that happen again. He wants to know names, dates, places. He will squeeze me until I am dry. But if he catches me, he will get nothing from me.’ Victoria nodded.
‘But who did this to you? Kloete? What did they use to hurt you? Maswe?’
Maswe took a deep breath. ‘Fists, pistol handles, boots, thumbnail.  There was no toilet, no bed, no sleep’ said Maswe.
‘You must hate Kloete. You must hate whites.’
‘I hate the system.’ said Maswe.
He stood up ‘I need to go,’ Victoria jumped up and put her arms out to steady him. ‘No! I must do this by myself. I need to get somewhere. I need to go.’
Victoria didn’t want him to do any more damage to himself. She didn’t want him to leave.
‘I have to pass a message to someone. I should have done it last week. People are relying on me.’
Victoria slipped out of the room, sadly. 

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Chapter 1124/2/2014

Sergeant Kloete came to Victoria's house. He asked if they fount some traces of Maswe. No one knew he had to be here somewhere. Except Victoria, but she didn't say anything about him.

Sergeant Kloete said that Maswe was a wanted criminal. He also said that he was dangerous and a threat to the security of our country.

Sergeant Kloete and another policemen (Stompie) were going to start a house search. They wanted to see the room of te maid (Seraphina's room).

Victoria didn't know how fast she had to go to Maswe. When she arrived, she told Maswe that the police was here. She hid Maswe in a bathtub, that she had put against the wall.

When she went back, she knew she had to slow down and calm her breathing before she reached the backyard. She needed to go back without anyone noticing. She didn't want Kloete asking her questions she couldn't answer.

Victoria's father wanted to know what was going on, but sergeant Kloete wouldn't tell him. Her father asked himself: 'When will they stop hounding these people?'.

When Victoria thought the police had given up, sergeant Kloete bashed his left shoulder against the door, at the same time he pulled his gun out from its holster. He stumbled into the room and yelled: 'Stompie!', from inside the room.

 

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Chapter 1124/2/2014

Sergeant Kloete came to Victoria's house. He asked if they fount some traces of Maswe. No one knew he had to be here somewhere. Except Victoria, but she didn't say anything about him.

Sergeant Kloete said that Maswe was a wanted criminal. He also said that he was dangerous and a threat to the security of our country.

Sergeant Kloete and another policemen (Stompie) were going to start a house search. They wanted to see the room of te maid (Seraphina's room).

Victoria didn't know how fast she had to go to Maswe. When she arrived, she told Maswe that the police was here. She hid Maswe in a bathtub, that she had put against the wall.

When she went back, she knew she had to slow down and calm her breathing before she reached the backyard. She needed to go back without anyone noticing. She didn't want Kloete asking her questions she couldn't answer.

Victoria's father wanted to know what was going on, but sergeant Kloete wouldn't tell him. Her father asked himself: 'When will they stop hounding these people?'.

When Victoria thought the police had given up, sergeant Kloete bashed his left shoulder against the door, at the same time he pulled his gun out from its holster. He stumbled into the room and yelled: 'Stompie!', from inside the room.

 

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Chapter 1624/2/2014

Blue Sky Freedom – Gaby Halberstam

Blue Sky Freedom is a story of a white girl, Victoria Miller, growing up in South Africa in the years of apartheid. Her family live on friendly terms with the black people. Victoria dicovers that the people around her aren’t all like that.
When Maswe, son of their black cook-cum-nanny, appears to Victoria’s door, badly beaten and begging for a place to hide, she decided to help him. Than Victoria discovers the darkest sides of the regime she lives under. But she isn’t willing to leave it at that. Blue Sky Freedom is a story of love, loss and courage in a time, South Africa was in the grip of apartheid.

Chapter sixteen

When Victoria opened her eyes, she was in a room full of coffins. Standing over Victoria was a black woman, who had pushed Victoria into the room of the shed behind the stal. The woman didn’t sound very friendly, because she didn’t trust the white girl Victoria. She also treats to kill Victoria and putting her in one of the coffins. Victoria was so mesmerized, because of the imposing precence of the black woman, so in the first place, she can’t speak. Than the old woman of the stal, was calling the black woman, who was with Victoria. Victoria was shocked, because she heard also the voice of the awfull Sergeant Kloete. The black woman went outside to sergeant Kloete and Victoria heard, the black woman talking too friendly to the sergeant. Victoria also heard, the people talking about Maswe. When the sergeant walks to his car for his radiomessage, the black woman comes back to Victoria. Now Victoria tells the black woman, she has a message for Godiva from Maswe Salwise. Because the sergeant is coming back, they have to stop their conversation. Victoria begged the black woman, not to tell the sergeant about Maswe. In first place Victoria thinks, the black woman will betray Maswe, but she sent the sergeant in the wrong direction. Victioria is very relieved and gives the message from Maswe to the woman. The only thing Victoria wants, is to go back home, but the black woman first wants to know, if Maswe is safe. Victoria noticed the black woman loves Maswe. Victoria feels a little bit jealous.
The black woman arranged for a taxidriver called Temperance, the only taxidriver she trust, because he drinks more than he talks. When the taxidriver drops off Victoria near her house, Victoria wants to pay the taxidriver. But he says, it’s a present from Godiva. Now Victoria knows, she had spoken to Godiva.
Victoria tells her mother she’s home and she wants a quick shower. But before she went going to the shower, she took a look at Seraphina’s room, to see if she’s allright after the house search of Kloete and Stompie.


Myrthe Smit

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Chapter 1224/2/2014

Chapter 12

Chapter twelve begins in the bathroom where police agent Kloete and police agent Stompie are. The police agents are searching for Maxwell Maswe Salwise. Hattie and Victoria are in the kitchen. Hattie, the dog of Victoria, lowered her head suddenly and leaped out of Victoria’s grip. Hattie ran to police agent Kloete. She bits in the leg of police agent Kloete. Kloete wanted to shoot Hattie. That didn’t happen, because Victoria runs in front of Hattie. Police agent Kloete putted the gun down and he didn't shoot. Kloete said to Stompie to look under need the bath. Than the radio of Kloete goes off. He heard on the radio that they had to leave because the brigadier caught someone and it could be Salwise. Stompie put the bath down. Kloete and Stompie go into the car and drive away. After a few minutes Victoria left up the bath. Maswe begins to scream because he thinks that the police caught him. Victoria tells him that it’s her and he comes under need the bath. Maswe goes to the toilet and while he is on the toilet, Victoria is looking for dry and clean clothes for Maswe. But while Victoria is searching for dry and clean clothes she realise that she wants to know why Maswe must hide.

Victoria has all the stuff where she was looking for and goes to Maswe. Maswe pulls his shirt off to take a shower. Maswe’s body looks very badly.

When Maswe asks Victoria to give the bucket filled with water, Victoria said that she wants to know why Maswe is hiding for the police and she doesn’t give the bucket of water to Maswe before Maswe gives an answer to her question. But Maswe doesn’t want to give an answer, actually Maswe screamed to Victoria that she can’t blackmail him with a bucket of water and when she is going to grow up. Victoria screams back to Maswe that she has the right to know. Victoria is sick of telling people her to grow up. She is upset and runs into the garden. 

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Hoofdstuk 2824/2/2014

Chapter twenty-eight

The next day Victoria went to the beach to talk to Abel Nkosana. When Victoria arrived at the beach she picked her way to the edge and laid her towel out. She scanned the strip of beach. The ice-cream sellers used to stroll along there waiting to be called over. But she saw no one, just the usual shrieking people. She thought it might be cooler along the water’s edge so she wandered down. After walking along the water’s edge she decided to go back. She was hungry and Seraphina would start worrying soon. Suddenly she heared an ice-cream sellers voice and turned around. The ice-cream seller was Abel Nkosana and she started talking to him. She said she wanted to join MK but Abel Nkosana said that it was too dangerous for her. Victoria was really dissapointed because she was sure MK would accept her. She got back in her car and drove home. But when she was almost there, she realized that a dark blue car had been following her the entire ride. She drove past her home to see if the car was really following her, and it was. She parked the car on the drive and the car stopped across the road. Her grandmother opened the door to her house and Victoria told her that the car was following her. Grandmother told her not to worry and that they wouldn’t get better of them. 

By Lotte Jellema

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Hoofdstuk 724/2/2014

Chapter seven

Victoria wanted to give soup to a little boy, but he didn’t have a container so she decided to get Charlie’s drinking cup out of the car. When she came back the little boy was gone so she made her way down the alleys that criss-crossed the Location, hoping to find him. As she turned to retrace her steps, she caught sight of someone lean and tall flitting between two huts about fifty metres away. She was sure it was Maswe, so she began to run towards him. Suddenly she felt something sting her cheek. A boy was throwing stones at her. Victoria wanted to run away, but sergeant Kloete stopped her. The policeman punished the boy and he asked why Victoria was here. She lied and said she ran after the little boy to give him the drinking cup. Sergeant Kloete warned her of all the dangers at the Location and together they went back to the soup kitchen. When they arrived, Sergeant Kloete gave Seraphina a message for her son and said her son had to watch out. When Victoria, her mother and Serpahina went home Victoria was too shocked to tell her them what Sergeant Kloete had done. She knew that Maswe was up to something and that the police were watching him. If it had been Maswe at least he’d got away.

By Lotte Jellema

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Chapter 324/2/2014

Victoria woke up fully dressed, the house was silenced. She looked at her watch and she saw it was already 9:30. Victoria leaped off the bed and ran down the passage. In the kitchen her mom had left a note that days that daddy is operating emergency, and that she and Charlie are at granny.  If I want her to collect me, I have to call her. She is probably back late. Victoria opened the door of Mashwe. He was still in the room. Victoria cleaned his wounds. When Victoria asked him what had happen to him, he answered: 'I can't speak for it, sorry. Your life will be in danger. You have already done to much'. Victoria didn't understand it at all. Then he fell back asleep. Victoria left Mashwe alone. Someone was arriving, so she run quick into the hause. Victoria's mom immediatetly smelled a Dettol smell. Victoria said that she was usinh Dettol for just a small cut. Victoria's mom had a bag with het favorite biscuits in it, wich granny had sent. Victoria gave charly a bath. She was thinking about Mashwe the whole time. Victoria's dad was back late from the hospital. After they were don eating there meal, the doorbell rang. Victoria heard a voice and thought: 'I know that coarse voice'

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Hoofdstuk 624/2/2014

By: Susan Kallansee

When Victoria woke up the visit of Kloete was still bothering her, so she asked her parents if the police knew everything about them. When her father said they don't know everything, her mother asked who Sergeant Kloete was. She then found out her father was offered a job as Assistant District Surgeon, he would be looking after prisoners. After breakfast Victoria's mother and Seraphina went to the Location with soup, Victoria decided to go with them. When they went to car Seraphina said that she didn't feel happy in the front and that she was afraid of trouble, Victoria knew she meant the police with trouble. However Victoria's mother insisted that she sat in the front. When the got closer to the Location the surroundings looked very dusty and derelict. When they arrived the you could only see children or old peolpe, the young people were working. There were flies everywhere, a few stingy chickens pottered about, stratching in the orange-couloured dirt. A gaggle of children gathered round the car. As Victoria's mother set the soup on the Primus stove to heat, there came more children from every direction and Seraphine wondered if there was enough soup for everyone.

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hoofdstuk 2124/2/2014

Chapter Twenty-One

When Victoria came into the classroom Micheline and her gang stopped with talking and looked at her. Victoria felt a bit triumphant, because Micheline and her gang hoped that she has cut a piece of hair off because Micheline had put gum in her hair. The day moved on slowly for Victoria, she was waiting on the moment that she will saw Maswe. When Victoria returned to the classroom after lunch it looked as her satchel has been moved. And when she looked in her satchel she saw that all of her exercise books has been gone. Because no one had said who did it miss Obers cancelled the Matric Dance. After the last bell rings Victoria ran to Elise. She asked why she didn't own her up, but Elise gave no answer. She closed her front door, but Victoria rang the bell and Agnes the housemaid opened the door for her. She heard Mrs Westcott saying that Agnes has to give her ruby pendant back. Victoria knows where she had seen that and she asked Elise of she will said it to her mother because Agnes was losing her job through her. Elise grab the hair of Victoria and held her hand before her mouth so she couldn't say it to the mother of Elise. Victoria stomped Elise and she let go her hair. Victoria ran to the door and before she closed it she said loudly: Miss Westcott it wasn't Agnes who stole your ruby pendant it was Elise. Victoria saw on the watch of Elise that it was five to five, then she ran to Maswe.

By; Jaro Molenkamp

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Chapter Twenty-Five// Arjen # good one23/2/2014

By: Arjen Hoogland Js3m


Dad drove fast to the police station. There was no one behind the desk. A phone kept ringing. Victoria sat down in one of the moulded plastic chairs. Kloete said 'Oh - Miss Miller, So you're here too.' He smiled. 'what an honour.' Kloete stood just behind her chair so that he could look over my shoulder. 'ja meisie', he continued. 'People has to be very, very carful who they is friendly with, and more important,†meisie,†who they is enemie of.' He moved towards the doorway. 'you must be waiting for the doctor. I'll take you to him.' They walked down a passage. The passage ended suddenly in a staircase going down. The first flight was lino-covered, but the second was concrete. Stompie was standing guard. Kloete whispered something to him, Stompie smiled and turn the key in the lock.

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Chapter Twenty-Five// Arjen23/2/2014

By: Arjen Hoogland Js3m


Dad drove fast to the police station.

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