I noticed a glow on the top of the blank page, a number -- emerged from its radiance to my amazement. "Mom, Dad, It's happening again!"
At that point we were closing in on our last stoplight to Fourty Feasts so it was safe for Mom to check out the book and sure enough, mom started to believe me and dad. Citrine shank into her spot in the backseat with a sort of regretful look on her face, Turquoise was thankfully there to comfort her so there were no hard feelings on her end. But me, I had some unfinished business.
I walked up to the counter and asked the cashier about where I could find Eraqus and his friends. "Oh, they're at one of the window tables. Right this way, miss."
And there I saw them, Eraqus waving to me in anticipation until he caught a glimpse of the book. He whispered with Xehanort a bit, with Eraqus ending the short conversation with a confused look on his face. I opened the book to the page that was currently writing itself into being. "Explain this." Eraqus' expr