Once upon a spy : Cobras, Doomsday and Tigers by Ed

once upon a spy there was a mission a mission to collect a doomsday device from a dark temple. Suddenly out of nowhere approached a hooded  figure . Hello agent.C . And hello to you agent.T said the spy . Wow thought agent.C my first mission and I already get help and he thought  well what a start . All of a sudden the temple started shaking . Earthquake yelled agent.T yelled run ! They ran down the temple but agent.T fell. Run you fool she yelled . No I won’t  leave you . CRASH !!!!!!!! Agent.T was dead and who emerged from the temple but the villain who made the doomsday device the villain whose name was Doomsday.  See you next time on Once upon a spy .

5 thoughts on “Once upon a spy : Cobras, Doomsday and Tigers by Ed”

  1. Well done on completing your first 100 Word Challenge Ed! And what a story! It was a gripping read, and so very well told. And I loved the way you ended it – it reminds me of the old 60s Batman TV show, when they used to get you to watch the next week on the “same bat-time, same bat-channel”. I hope you’ll tell us more about this mysterious Doomsday in future stories. I loved your story this week and can’t wait to read what you will write next week. Well done Ed!

  2. Sounds like the beginning of a series of great adventures. Will Doomsday be around for a while? Certainly sounds like it!

  3. Hi Ed. What a clever piece of writing. It was most enjoyable. It reminded me of a story from a comic. I could really visualise it. It’s full of action and adventure. I particularly love the title. Well done. I look forward to reading more of your stories.

  4. Hi Ed,
    I really enjoyed reading your story. Well done!
    It reminded me of an Indiana Jones Movie.It was fast moving and full of action.
    I look forward to reading more about this Doomsday villain.
    Keep up the great work.
    Mrs Boyce,

  5. Wow, great story. You’ve used great vocabulary and your story is really good. It’s exciting and leaves me wanting to read more. Make sure you read over your writing to put in punctuation, as this will help your readers understand what you have written.
    Great work this week.

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