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Jurassic World: What Could Go Wrong? Chapter 1 (Fanfic Friday)

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
08/02/2016 12:22 pm
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Here we go for our second story in the Fanfic Friday series. This time, we are tackling Jurassic World with the addition of Alan Grant. This story was written before the film was released, so it is based on as much information as was available at the time. We hope you enjoy it, as it unfolds over the next few weeks.

What Could Go Wrong?: Chapter 1

“Addison, I’m not visiting the new park,” Dr. Alan Grant said, his tone filled with annoyance.

Addison rolled her eyes, beyond frustrated with this man. “Dr. Grant,” she began and received a frown for the way she addressed him. “Alan, I’ve been doing PR for this dig for over a year, and there’s nothing else I can do to get you more funds. If you want to dig, you have to make an appearance where people want to see you,” she explained.

“It amazes me how all the paleontologists flocked there to study these creations when the real science is in the bones,” Alan confessed. “I can’t go there after I’ve taken such a strong position against it.”

Addison took a deep breath. “I know part of the reason is because you’re scared. I get that, but Jurassic World has been open for ten years, and there hasn’t been a single incident. It’s safer than driving a car.”

“Driving a car would be a lot safer if people weren’t always texting,” he defended his position with an eye roll.

She yelled in frustration. “Ugh! Alan, you might as well shut down this site, then, because you don’t have enough money left to do anything. Thank God the University pays me, or you wouldn’t even have access to all my brilliant ideas,” she finished with a sarcastic smirk.

Alan slapped her knee with a triumphant look upon his face. “Precisely! You’ve thought of many ways to keep it going even when you thought you had nothing left. Just get back to the drawing board,” he finished reassuringly.

Addison moved his hand from her thigh. “I’m going to the park, and I’ll try to find people who support you on my own. Give me any new research you’ve discovered -- though no one will want to open their wallets for the publicist -- but I have nothing to fear since they’ve managed to train all the wild beasts anyway. I’ll see you in a week,” she said, as she began to walk out the door.

Alan sighed loudly in frustration. “Addison, you know I don’t want you in that danger because you’re the best brain on my team since Billie left. Give me twenty minutes to pack,” he grumbled.

Addison grinned. “See, that’s why I’m so good at my job. I’ll be back to pick you up shortly. This will be a blast!”

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