The Third Choice

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But as the door opened and the rainy, cool night air rushed inward, bringing with it the sounds and scents of woodland and wet, Chris was afforded only a moment more with his parents. In a brilliant flash of cobalt blue, they were gone, outside and across the blackberry hedge, to disappear completely into the sheltering ravine behind the house. He sighed. Now he would have to hunt them.

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