'What's happening to me?' was her first thought. She looked around and wondered what was happening to the lights. The laser lights in the club had moved around to form one big smear of colour. She rested herself on the bar and tried to reason with herself. She looked around for the comfort of her two friends. But they were nowhere to be seen.
She could remember coming to a new club that had just recently opened with Marko and Michael. They boys had a few drinks, as so did Sara. They then danced for a while and that's when she started feeling a bit faint. Shortly after she went t…
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