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Looking back, Gina came to understand that it wasn’t her fault. Well, not completely. She hadn’t originally wanted to take the dream pills - that had been Lucy’s idea.
There had been a brief discussion about whether they really should take them but it was so boring in Seazone that the two friends decided that anything to break the monotony of living in the city-under-the-sea was worthwhile, so Lucy got hold of them and that was that.
The dreams had started on Monday. They were pleasant and reassuring; the sort of dreams you wished would never end.
Tuesday’s dreams were more disturbing. They were the sort of dreams where you were half awake and half asleep, wishing that you could wake up and stop them.
Wednesday’s dreams were terrifying, because they weren’t just dreams – they were real and they had to be dealt with. And that was what Gina had to do – deal with them, no matter what the consequences were. Little did she know how devastating that would be for her, Gina and the people who lived in Seazone.
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