IT'S NOT A REVOLUTION
The day had not been kind to Jacklyn. Her already worn out boots had been muddied while taking a detour from her usual escape route. The things she put herself through to sell drugs. Normally she wasn't the one selling them, but the gang's usual drug runner was 'out of commission' for the time being so they had to call on Jacklyn to do the work. She had series of deliveries to make and on the way was ambushed for her entire stash. Jacklyn didn't have any free hands to do anything so she had to make a run for it. Her long legs helped her move fast, but it was a matter of where to go now.
She made her escape in an alley that she had never used before. Jacklyn definitely couldn't go the way she came, and as a result needed an alternate route. As she made her way down the ally, Jacklyn came in contact with a door on the building to her left. Even though all buildings were abandoned you never knew when a couple of people decided to occupy one, and most people were never really willing to share. It was either that or a pimp house, but Jacklyn knew the prostitute district was still quite a few miles ahead. Suddenly she heard the rumble of voices that had been chasing her. This was a risk she would have to take.
Jacklyn quickly opened the door and made her way inside just as fast. It was dark, and her eyes hadn't adjusted. Jacklyn put took out a flashlight from her backpack, one of the many stolen items that were in there. When she turned it on the first thing in her sight was a light switch. Chance were that it wouldn't work, but Jacklyn tried it anyways. A very rare occurrence took place: The lights turned on. They were dull, but at least it was some light. She put her flash light away, making sure not to damage the drugs in the process and roamed around. No one was living here, and if someone was, there was a window she could easily sneak out of. Peaking through the window she saw the group of guys still out there - Jacklyn would have to wait for a bit as it seemed that door and window were her only two ways out. She didn't know how long she would be stuck there so, to bide her time, she took a tour around the building to see if she could find anywhere else to exit.
IT'S A WAR