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The Necklace (Altered Version Of Lord Of The Rings) Chapter 1

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Chapter 1
The Death Of The Father

The most beautiful place on earth was my home the Koto it was filled with beautiful gardens and houses. The houses were all tree houses. Who ever lived in the Koto you didn't expect anything strange or mysterious about them. They were perfectly normal people. There was one person who kept something and kept it a secret and never told anybody about it.
It was a necklace which was made of gold and diamonds it was made out of everything rear in the world. In the middle of ...view middle of the document...

He had a son who was really fond of him he had black eyes and black hair he was 5.5 feet and he was the fastest runner you could imagine his name was John Khal. His best friend was Sam was a pretty fast like him they were like brothers.
On one bright, sunny day Halt called his beloved son John he shocked John by saying "I ve got a present for you." John was eager to know because John loved surprises. His father went into his trunk the shiny gold necklace. John gazed at the necklace wondering where he got it.
"This is for you" explained Halt
John was amazed but he muttered out, "Where did you get it."
" I found it when I was on a journey and now I want you to have it." Halt answered.
" I cannot keep it."
"You will keep it"
Suddenly someone jumped into the window he was a tall man with a sword in his a hand and a black cloak. He went to Halt and put his sword through his hearth. Halt cried in pain and told me to go. John took the necklace and held it into his hand and went through the door and jumped onto the ground He started to run and he saw that there was a horse outside. Suddenly the man jumped out of the window and landed onto the horse. He said in a faded voice "Give me the necklace."

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