The Peregrine Review

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I know it before I even open my eyes, something is wrong. The air is cool and fresh, it feels like the calm before the storm. What happened to me? The last thing I remember is seeing the headlights of that truck coming at me, and...I bolt upright and wince with pain. My head is pounding, and my body is aching all over. That truck, I realize once the pain dies down, it wasn’t just coming at me: it hit me head-on. Then I notice I’m not in my car, nor am I in a hospital. I’m in a white room. I stand up, look around, and realize there are no windows or doors. It’s just a plain white room. Suddenly, a chill runs down my spine.