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Ryan has also taken up residence behind the palm. Hey, boy, I say. There once was a shoemaker who worked very hard, but was still very poor. When we reach the hallway that goes to the pool, I turn to Ryan. I was lying.

He glances at me. Zere is no need to leave. I will be here, maybe some time, and I would like to know zose who offer zeir services. She looks at Ryan particularly. She looks again at Ryan. What is your name? He grins, used to attention but still flattered. I work at the pool. Maybe, maybe not. She turns to me. And you? Who are you, and what do you do? I repair shoes. My family runs the shoe repair here.

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I gesture toward the hotel shops. I love ze shoes! I have a suitcase of zem! I believe in magic. Do you? I gape at her. Uh, I guess so. Victoriana places her small hand in front of the dog, and he stops. Where I come from in Aloria, Victoriana says, zere is magic. Sometimes good, sometimes not so. She stops and shakes her head, obviously realizing she sounds nuts and should change the subject.

You must never be ashamed of shoes, and to work for your family is honorable. I, too, am in ze family business. It is not always easy. I nod, thinking it seems pretty easy to me, traveling around and going to parties. Instead, her eyes are sort of sad, like she feels trapped in her life, just as I am in mine. Your check-in has already been taken care of. I can show you to your room. The princess looks at me an instant longer before saying, Very well. Farnesworth trots behind her.

Ryan and I head in the opposite direction. When we reach the hallway that goes to the pool, I turn to Ryan. Yeah, whoudda thought? They send the servants out for new ones. He starts to whistle, then stops, maybe seeing how seriously depressed I am. You should apply. But my mom needs me to work in the shoe repair. Cut the cord.

Time to make your own decisions. He shrugs. Suit yourself. I glance at the elevators. I picture myself with them, flying all the way to the sky.

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A buyer came in, and liked the shoes so well that he paid more for them than usual. With the money, the shoemaker was able to purchase leather for two pairs of shoes.

Hey, this place looks a lot better than when I left. I pass the coffee shop on my way back to the Johnston Murphy shoe emergency. Meg and another employee are pouring coffee and plating croissants. I did, actually. She has a dog, and she said that repairing shoes was. I glance around. Even the honey squirter is wiped clean, and the sugar shaker actually glitters. Sean and Brendan left it a total mess. You were here last night when they closed? Meg asks. Meg nods. She gets it.

Summers are tough. During the winter, we usually hire an extra employee, but in the summer, when not as many people stay at the hotel, the bills pile up.

John Locke said that. I think I could handle a too-large income right about now. I look down. There was a puddle of milk under that table. I was lying. Now, can we drop it? Meg frowns and puts her hand on my shoulder. I just. I head for my counter and start working on the sole of the shoe I left. But I need to work here. Losing our family business would be too much of a blow for my mother to take.

At least I did most of the repairs last night. I take it out for a second, just to look. I made it. Most of our customers are businessmen in town for meetings. They can afford it. And the thing is, it would be fun to make them. They come in every color and texture and style. The really good ones are like art. I know shoes, and if I had the materials, I could make shoes just as good as those expensive ones.

I may repair soles right now, but in my soul, I know I can do more. It would be nice if I could go to college to learn to market what I design.

But, for now, we need to keep the rent mostly paid. Meg comes up behind me with the coffee. Some rich lady? She inches her hand over to the box. Come on. I relent. I know all her secrets, like this one time when we were twelve and she had a. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?

Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List. Cloaked by Alex Flinn. Summary I'm not your average hero. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. HarperTeen Released: Feb 1, ISBN: Book Preview Cloaked - Alex Flinn.

Publisher Chapter 1 There once was a shoemaker who worked very hard, but was still very poor. Some of us have to work. I have customers— Yeah, shoes are important. Money is.

Some kind of shoe emergency? Ryan laughs. My friend Meg sidles up toward me. Really pretty eyes, I complete his sentence. Meg rolls her own brown eyes. And the IQ of a single-celled creature. Carl who? Ryan asks. A Swiss psychiatrist, I say. Ever hear of Jungian— Whatever, Ryan says. Ryan looks as surprised as I feel.

Other girls? Meg shrugs, glances at me, then shrugs again. I know she does. Just go before I change my mind.

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Ryan glances back at Meg as we walk away. Yeah, right. Still, I wave to her before I make the turn toward the lobby. Chapter 2 The lobby is bustling like the Calle Ocho street carnival, but without the salsa music. No one else would think of shoes at a time like this. Hey, boy, I say. The dog growls. Nice going. Ryan has also taken up residence behind the palm. He sees us. Be on break elsewhere. Ryan and I head in the opposite direction. When we reach the hallway that goes to the pool, I turn to Ryan.

Yeah, whoudda thought? They send the servants out for new ones. He starts to whistle, then stops, maybe seeing how seriously depressed I am. You should apply. But my mom needs me to work in the shoe repair. Cut the cord. Time to make your own decisions. He shrugs. Suit yourself. I glance at the elevators.

I picture myself with them, flying all the way to the sky.

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A buyer came in, and liked the shoes so well that he paid more for them than usual. With the money, the shoemaker was able to purchase leather for two pairs of shoes. Hey, this place looks a lot better than when I left. I pass the coffee shop on my way back to the Johnston Murphy shoe emergency.

Meg and another employee are pouring coffee and plating croissants. I did, actually. She has a dog, and she said that repairing shoes was.

I glance around. Even the honey squirter is wiped clean, and the sugar shaker actually glitters. Sean and Brendan left it a total mess. You were here last night when they closed? Meg asks. Meg nods. She gets it. Summers are tough. During the winter, we usually hire an extra employee, but in the summer, when not as many people stay at the hotel, the bills pile up. John Locke said that.

I think I could handle a too-large income right about now. I look down. There was a puddle of milk under that table. I was lying. Now, can we drop it?

Meg frowns and puts her hand on my shoulder. I just. I head for my counter and start working on the sole of the shoe I left.

But I need to work here. Losing our family business would be too much of a blow for my mother to take. At least I did most of the repairs last night. I take it out for a second, just to look. I made it. Most of our customers are businessmen in town for meetings. They can afford it. And the thing is, it would be fun to make them.

They come in every color and texture and style. The really good ones are like art. I know shoes, and if I had the materials, I could make shoes just as good as those expensive ones. I may repair soles right now, but in my soul, I know I can do more. It would be nice if I could go to college to learn to market what I design. But, for now, we need to keep the rent mostly paid.

Meg comes up behind me with the coffee. Some rich lady? She inches her hand over to the box. Come on. I relent. I know all her secrets, like this one time when we were twelve and she had a. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List. Cloaked by Alex Flinn.

Summary I'm not your average hero. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. HarperTeen Released: Feb 1, ISBN: Book Preview Cloaked - Alex Flinn. Publisher Chapter 1 There once was a shoemaker who worked very hard, but was still very poor.

Some of us have to work. I have customers— Yeah, shoes are important. Money is. Some kind of shoe emergency? Ryan laughs. My friend Meg sidles up toward me. Really pretty eyes, I complete his sentence. Meg rolls her own brown eyes. And the IQ of a single-celled creature.

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Carl who? Ryan asks. A Swiss psychiatrist, I say.

Ever hear of Jungian— Whatever, Ryan says. Ryan looks as surprised as I feel. Other girls? Meg shrugs, glances at me, then shrugs again. I know she does. Just go before I change my mind. Ryan glances back at Meg as we walk away. Yeah, right. Still, I wave to her before I make the turn toward the lobby.

Chapter 2 The lobby is bustling like the Calle Ocho street carnival, but without the salsa music. No one else would think of shoes at a time like this. Hey, boy, I say. The dog growls. Nice going. Ryan has also taken up residence behind the palm.

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He sees us. Be on break elsewhere. You are ze hotel manager? Nice dog, I manage. Oh, I am such an idiot. Is he —she nods at Farnesworth— not right? I am Victoriana. Words fail me. Why does she want to know about me? Say something! Farnesworth hisses, thumping me on the back.

Like he was so eloquent! I laugh. Of course she does. You laugh at me? I shake my head. Chapter 3 A buyer came in, and liked the shoes so well that he paid more for them than usual. It was like this when I got here, she says. So you saw Her Royal Highness then?

I nod, eyes still scanning the shop. She seemed nice. Nice looking, you mean, Meg says. Not like you actually spoke to her. Meg makes a noise halfway between a laugh and a snort. It is a big deal. We need the money. Mopped it. Before, you said it was clean when you came in.

I shake off her hand. You could give me an espresso. Got it. She gets out a cup. I slam the box shut. Start your free 30 days. Page 1 of 1. Close Dialog Are you sure?