PANDEMEDIC BY LOUKAS

AFRICA: 2010, UGANDA

“Cough, cough!”A sick man lies on a bed in a small hut, dying of an unknown disease and surrounded by doctors from around the world, giving him all types of medications. Then the man dies as the doctors in the hut were wondering, “What could have killed him?”

World wide the world is infected by a mysterious disease, killing them before being cured from it, all medications working too slowly. Other medications are too strong, so they kill the patient. They call it Pandemon. The side effects are: skin cancer, leprosy, and integral bleeding and other even more horrible side effects.

This disease is now spreading faster than any disease ever accounted for. Scientists have recently discovered that this disease is in the air, floating around seeking new victims. Now everyone is in danger…
To be continued…

5 thoughts on “PANDEMEDIC BY LOUKAS

  1. I wonder were you got that idea. Thanks god we don't gave that disease at school. But creative idea. I really liked have you put every little detail. Good writing and thinking!

  2. louka, i thought the story was great! i loved the part when you said "This disease is now spreading faster than any disease ever accounted". it makes people want to stay at their houses all the time!! it frightened me! whens the next sequel?

  3. Excellent story! I'm eager to see the next part. Your story is so powerful! I really like your style of writing."Scientists have recently discovered that this disease is in the air, floating around seeking new victims…" It almost made me freaked out! I felt that this was real! Awesome writing!!!

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