Leaving the City (The Fallout Book 1) Sarah Fisher

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Leaving the City (The Fallout Book 1) by Sarah Fisher
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When Alex left I followed. I had to. Even though we had argued the night before about the decision he had made he was still the man I loved and I wasn’t going to let him go out there alone. Some days I wish I had, because this world isn’t an easyMoreWhen Alex left I followed. I had to. Even though we had argued the night before about the decision he had made he was still the man I loved and I wasn’t going to let him go out there alone.

Some days I wish I had, because this world isn’t an easy place to live, but I can understand why he was getting antsy. He’d always felt our home was too easy to live in. Occasionally I had the same feeling, although I know it was only that way because a lot of people did a lot of hard work to make certain that it was simple for those of us who followed.

That’s something I learned during history, which was one of the many classes he skived. It didn’t matter how often we talked about the choices he made - he said that our lives down there were pointless and I… well, I did my best to find him a reason. Unfortunately it didn’t happen.The lessons Alex thought of as nothing more than propaganda taught me what to expect when we were out there.

Or, at least, some of what to expect. Nukes were dangerous and they changed the world that had once existed into a wasteland. Some had survived it, thanks to whoever it was deciding that building underground cities was a good idea, while everyone else had lost their lives.

My family had been in Fifth City ever since the day the nukes hit. We were lucky enough to be chosen to take shelter there during the war. What we hadnt thought of was that Fifth City wasnt built just as a refuge. It was a fully self-sufficient city meant for us to rebuild our own civilization in. No one was supposed to leave.I know my family never approved of Alex. They were certain that he was going to change my life for the worst. Maybe they were right.Now we live together in the wasteland of an old world, a place where neither of us can sleep at the same time in case someone or something comes upon us, but at least we are together.

Even though I probably shouldn’t feel the way I do that is something I will always be grateful for. Alex still means so much to me. For a long time I was angry with him, but then he nearly died and I remembered why I ‘threw away’ my entire life to be with him. That’s how Mum described it when I went back to Fifth City, knowing it was the only place I’d be able to get the supplies we needed, and I hated every moment of being away from him. Maybe I’m not living the life she envisioned for me.

Maybe I’m not living the life I envisioned for me. As I’m with him none of that really matters.



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