The hallway of marble began to fade off as I entered a new set of walkways. These hallways were in stone. The floor was surprisingly sleek. The closer and closer to my destination, the hallways were more exposed to natural light. This made me wonder what time it was and how much possibly passed. Finally, I made it to where the small book led me. I was at a stone archway. There were also more arched entrances down the hallway. I could not see what was on the other side of the arch for it was bright. A shadow of a person emerged from a further archway. Light streaked behind this person which allowed me to only be capable of seeing their outline.
“Is that? Woah it is!” said the person lively and coolly. The person ran towards me. It was a boy. He was wearing a green t-shirt, loose jeans, and sneakers. He was carrying something on his shoulder in a cylinder pouch. I knew him. He was my best friend back in Russet. We did everything together. His hair was a really light brown, an