Essay about Analysis Of The Book ' The Flies '

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“What do you mean here? She can’t!” Alya protested loudly, making everyone currently on the bus turn and frown in her direction. Alya paid them no mind.

“Well, technically she can, it is well within her authority, after all, she is royalty.” Max retorted, putting down his tablet.

“Everyone knows the Princess hates us and anyone from Earth! Now she wants her closest handmaiden to be Terran? Bullshit. She just wants attention.” Spat Alya, trying to sink lower in her seat, and reminded Marinette of a petulant child.

“Alya! You have to keep your voice down, you don’t know whose listening!” Rose whispered fiercely, leaning over Juleka to get closer to Alya. Juleka just smiled at her lovingly.

“Oh, it’s just because you want to be her closest advisor. Sorry, it slipped my mind.” Alya hissed back scathingly.

“In actuality, Count Agreste’s son is said to be her closest advisor.” Max jumped in, once again, his nose was stuck in his tablet.

“What was his name? Ayden, no. Adam? A-“

“This was in the last political test Alya!” Marinette laughed, “No wonder you’re flunking your tests.”

“Oh bite me,” Alya snapped, “Ok Miss top-of-her-class, what’s his name?”

“Lord A-Adrien.” Marinette stuttered from her place next to Max.

Alya’s foul mood seemingly forgotten, turned to Marinette, a feral grin on her face. “Someone got a crush?”

Marinette quickly swivelled so she was facing the front of the bus, her cheeks ablaze. “N-N-No?” She managed to stutter, and Alya started kicking her…

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