Dark Whispers 2: Invisible Foe
Meg finds out her new guest can not only drink tea but eat as well. With food in the house needed for three living things, they went to the town to go shopping. Tony crafts an e-mail to send to the author of his book in hopes to get answers about the process that created Bruce. In the prison that holds Tony's abusive father, there is another Whispering Thing, plotting for Buffliro’s escape…. More
A SERIES OF DEATHS AND THE WHISPERING THING
THE MYSTERY BEHIND BARS
Bullfiro, Tony's abusive father, has escaped, and the news devastates Meg. How she will be able to protect Tony until Bullfiro's back behind bars, she doesn't know. She does know she has Bruce's help. Two adults ready to lay their lives for this one special child should be enough, right?
But she still does not know about the strange deaths that progressed until Bullfiro's escape.
She did not know about the mystery behind each death, or that Tony's father has his own imaginary friend, the one he called The Whispering Thing, who knew about people's darkest, ugliest secrets. Obviously, this imaginary friend is the opposite of Bruce.
Meanwhile, in Tony's little world, he is busy plotting out his guardian's love lives. He has everything in bullet points in his notebook. Such tenacity should bear fruits. Right? Especially when it's obvious, even to him, that Bruce and Meg are right for each other. Right?
Bullfiro and The Whispering Thing are coming.
Then a visitor in the middle of the night brings with her a secret that will tell what really are Bruce and The Whispering Thing.
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“Okay. We should decide on a movie,” Meg said, now settled.
“Actually, I had a movie in mind. I mean if that’s not a problem,” Tony said.
“I don’t see why it should be,” Meg answered.
With that, Tony took control of the remote. After searching through the movie streaming service Meg had, he eventually found the perfect movie. Bruce supposed he should have been suspicious when he noticed the movie was in the romance category. But he chalked it up to the streaming service placing it in the wrong genre.
That theory was changed quickly when Tony looked up at the two adults expectantly.
“I hear this movie is good,” he said.
“Did you? Are you sure?” Bruce asked in a tone that suggested disbelief.
“What exactly are we watching?” Meg asked, the same tone of disbelief in her own voice.
“It’s a movie about a guy and a girl who meet at a library and after a series of ridiculous events they end up together. Then they live happily ever after,” Tony explained. “That type of movie.”
Bruce and Meg glanced at each other from the corner of their eyes. In their silence, each of them believed the other was thinking the same thing.
“No offense, kiddo, but that sounds kind of like a romance movie,” Bruce said.
“It is,” Tony said bluntly.
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