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'You are indestructible.' These are the words that transfer an astonishing power to Jacob Fielding... and they change everything. When Ophelia James, the beautiful and daring new girl in town, suggests they use the power to save others, Jacob readily accepts. But with every heroic act, the power grows stronger and soon feels more like a curse. After all, how do you decide who lives and who dies?
Jacob only has thirteen days to harness this terrifying power... and to answer a chilling question: What if, in order to save the girl he loves, he has to kill her?

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jmaddocks edited dialogue in "Parking Lot" on 10/18/2014. jmaddocks made 3 other changes. more
Stay put for now and you won't be sorry.
jmaddocks added dialogue in "Parking Lot" on 07/03/2014. jmaddocks made 9 other changes. more
Oh, and I just remembered. She has something for you.
jmaddocks edited dialogue in "Parking Lot" on 06/21/2014. jmaddocks made 2 other changes. more
Guy or girl?
jmaddocks edited an action in "Parking Lot" on 10/22/2013. more
JACOB FIELDING trudges into the HOLY CROSS PARKING LOT, a backpack slung over one shoulder. It is overcast and muggy, and it's clear that this is the last place he wants to be. He very nearly turns back, but is spotted by MISS PINES, a young but strict teacher, who flips her phone closed and kicks her car door shut.
jmaddocks edited an action in "Prologue" on 10/22/2013. jmaddocks made 2 other changes. more
JACOB gives a slight grimace at his remark - normally MILO's dark humour would be appealing, but at a time such as this it is closer to an insult. JACOB takes out something small and metallic from his pocket. CLOSE ON a silver cigarette lighter, no designs, but scratched and slightly faded. The noise of a LIGHT BULB FLICKERING is softly audible, but the boys give it no notice. JACOB flicks open the lighter, it sparks to life and he brings it up before his hand. Ever so gently, he holds his fingers over the flame, keeps them there for a few seconds, and we know by his deadpan expression that he feels no pain from it. He snaps the lighter shut.

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