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The Adventures of Odysseus

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The Adventures of Odysseus

A long, long time ago there lived a soldier called Odysseus. He was well known for being cunning.
He had just finished fighting the Trojan War. Against the city of Troy. Suddenly, there was a tornado and then a tsunami. Half a dozen died but at least they still had Odysseus.

They got blown to an abandon island well they thought it was abandoned. Then they saw a size of a poodle a patch of horrible, gruesome, disgusting, The red flowing syrup of life, Puddle of despair and death, drink of the vampire, blood and poison sinking into the sand then a fire ball came from somewhere. Next they they saw saw a thing a humongous monster. It looks friendly but OH NO it wasn’t.

The multister caught them and brought them to his terrifying cave. It was made of rocks but on the floor there was mud so they could dig themselves out and they got out the cave. Odysseus and his men got out their swords and stabbed the monster in the eyes. But they didn’t realize his eyes grew back. Then the floor began to shake, it was an earthquake!! The rocks from the cave fell on the monster it got flattened.

The men and Odysseus dashed to their boat. They were jubilant at their victory over the monster. Some of the men got a little seasick as the sea was incredibly rough on their voyage home but they were all delighted to be finally reaching Ithaca. Odysseus hoped wished his son would be like him one day.

By Callum
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