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The Island of the Undertaker

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The Island of the Undertaker

Long, long time ago there was a horrible war. Odysseus and his men were fighting in the city of Troy. Odysseus and his men were very hungry and thirsty.

One of the men said, “What’s that?”

“It’s an island,” replied Odysseus, so the men started to make their way to this island.

When they got there they smelt blood and dead bodies. They saw caves like cargo ships and volcanoes like planes. They heard a terrible roar and ran all the way back to the boat. The horrible monster called Undertaker. He was 20 feet tall with long sharp fangs like knives, he had 6 green eyes and carried a very large arrow on his back. The Undertaker followed them back to the boat.

The boat didn’t get far as he put it on the beach. One of the small and scared crew members tried to get away and the monster broke all of his bones one by one, then ate him like a wolf. The Undertaker was very full and had a very, very long sleep back in his cave.

The men tried to get away, but the Undertaker woke up and got the men and put them in his cave slowly and carefully. The men started forgiving the Undertaker for eating their crew member. Odysseus came up behind Undertaker and had a sword and stabbed him hard. The men got on the boat with Odysseus and his men said,

“Let’s begin our journey home to our families.”

They continued safely on their voyage – or did they?

THE END

By Andre
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