Part 1: Blink June 30th, 1987 Sarah Williams opened the door and stumbled into the classroom. Mrs Rhodes looked at her sternly. "Ah, Ms Williams" she said crossly, folding her long arms, tapping her elbow with her bony fingers. " Youve decided to start coming to class. Sit." Sarah half ran to her desk at the back of the classroom. You didnt want to upset Mrs Rhodes. Mostly because no one knew what happened to Mr Rhodes. She was a middle aged, troll faced woman. She always had her faded blonde hair tied back in a tight bun. She had smart, rectangular spectacles, which she thought would cover her colourless eyes. Sarah hated her, obviously. She wondered if she had ever been a kid. Sometimes, Sarah missed her childhood. Technically, she was still a kid, at seventeen, but she acted more mature. She hadnt been mitching as much. And, she had a boyfriend. Sarah hadnt been late because she was mitching. She was, in fact, helping her dad clean out her toys from her room. Sarah needed a bit of kid in her. She was a bit ostentatious at trying to be adult. Her friends from her old life had started to fade away ever since she left the Labyrinth. But, this was the day that would all change. When she heard a familiar voice say... "Sarah..." She looked around the room. No one looked back at her. "Sarah..." It was a bit more serious this time. " SARAH!" Sarah almost jumped out of seat. But then, she realised, the whole class was staring at her. Mrs Rhodes had roared her name. She was looking at her, about to yell her into next year... When Sarah blinked. When she opened her eyes again, it was not Mrs Rhodes standing at the chalk board. It was the familiar friend who had said her name. But it was no friend. It was a foe. In the middle of the room stood Jareth, The Goblin King. "Hello, Sarah" he said, grinning. Sarah screamed. He couldnt be hear, he couldnt. He came towards her. She blinked. And he was gone. There was no one there this time. The class looked around, trying to figure out where their teacher had gone. Sarah got out of her seat. She walked up to the spot where Jareth had been standing. And in the spot where he had been standing was a thin, red book, one she used to love and cherish. And the title was... LABYRINTH.