Serial Novel. Fake Game (Day II. Later) by Martin Cid

Serial Novel. Fake Game (Day II. Later) by Martin Cid
Fake Game, by Martin Cid

Fake Game, by Martin Cid

Day II. Later

Fever began three or four years before. No social alarm, no media chaos, just tacit information from the internet fanatics. Flu incubates for a week. Sick people must rest for eight days with 39 or 40 Celsius degrees of temperature. After that, there’re no apparent consequences, no future costs.

I can see her again… long blonde hair… long red nails… prettty face. Who is she and why she saved me?

The vaccine takes effect in one or two hours: miracle of science, a great advance. Remember your name now, remember… G.A.P. labs declared the vaccine free, the whole world was amazed. Why is she here? I remember the vampires, who are they? Vampires are here to take your blood. According to OMS, 90% are vaccinated against flu.

I wake up and she is still here. Is she really trustworthy?

‘Who are the vampires?’ I asked.



‘They need healthy blood,’ she said. ‘We call them vampires because they are looking for blood. There are rough numbers talking about just 5% healthy blood. Vampires are seeking for it.’

Then, that’s the reason I am here, I suppose. I need to be silent, I cannot remember the girl. The dog is looking at me again; he’s in my dreams, licking my hands, good dog.

‘Take one of these.’ She’s giving me a pill; do I really need to take it?

‘It’s just for fever. You don’t need if you don’t like it.’ And she smile, it’s really hard to say no to a pretty woman. I take the pill. No apparent effect. Fever might make me delirious.

‘Did you send me the note?’ I asked.


‘Who did it then?’

‘I don’t know.’

I am feeling worse, even worse when I was in the room. What was in the pill? Is she a vampire too? For the moment, I need to trust on her.

In the beginning there were some immune people… and the alarm began… and flu changed its own condition to attack those immune people.

I am dreaming with the waste long land again. Jack is near me, trying to tell me something, barking, hitting me with his paw. Who am I, Jack? I am in the room now, she is near me again. I’m delirious, I’m sick. I cannot move and I cannot find the words to describe this situation. I’m stuck. She is going to take her bag. What’s in? Jack is barking again and again but I cannot wake up. It is cold here, the vampires are near us. We must run, Jack, escape of this dreary dream.

‘Sleep, John, just sleep.’


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