Lost Page 2In this future, the sky was a murky brown. The clouds were all oily black with a faint rainbow edge, and Kevin couldn’t image rain coming out of them. The stench of the air in this era was bitter almonds, which begged the question as to how Kevin was able to breathe without any problems in this toxic Earth.
Before he could ask anything about this dismally appalling world, the Observer forced him forward through the barren landscape. The hills all had holes in them similar to the ones small rodents would dig. However, a hellish red lizard popped up instead, causing Kevin a little surprise at its presence in a world that, it seemed, could not bear life.
After walking through the terrain to the top of a ridge, the two-in-one man sighted a valley filled with a village of huts with several clans of what looked like humans with and their grotesque hogs, their pets or cattle perhaps?
The Observer forced Kevin over the ridge and towards one of the huts which had peculiar symbols in front