Donny was next to react. He shook his head but not in disbelief at what Daphne had just uttered. Donny didn’t want to go home. Donny wanted to stay and see what Dr Don’t Know had in mind.
Donny liked action and secretly thought that if he wasn’t Doodah’s drummer, he might like a job in what he called the ‘secret super agent mystery murder spy business’.
The thing Donny had always liked the least about being in Doodah was having to dress up in silly outfits, so he certainly had no plans to become a costumed superhero.
Now he was in the same room as Falcon Boy and Bewilder Bird, he was even more convinced that costumes and capes were not for him. Donny fancied something much more ‘secret and science-y’, like spying, listening to telephones all day long or manning a twenty-four hour closed-circuit television camera for twenty-four hours a day.
‘You must get to see so much,’ he said to himself, ‘and you would have plenty of time to see it all.’
Deirdre simply thought that the show should simply go on.
‘The show should simply go on,’ she simply said, and that was all she had to say on the subject.
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Inspired by his passion for films and video games, Barnaby Taylor loves writing dystopian science fiction and horror. His most popular books are the four volumes of the VIRO series, available in paperback and electronic form. They can also be ordered at all good bookshops.
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