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Destroying My Own Novel – Chapter 194 Bahasa Indonesia

“The island is still far, can you push the ship with your magic, Rozan?” Gunnar asked as he walked toward Rozan who steered the wheel.

“Sure, hold the wheel for me,” Rozan said as he removed his hands from the wheel and walked to the back of the ship.

Rozan created waves using wing magic, and the waves pushed the ship quite strongly. Everyone had to hold onto something so they didn’t fall down.

It took them an hour to finally reached the shore and they all decided to jump down from the ship.

“Are you sure that we should be here? The island looked so small though and we don’t see a tower on this island,” Gunnar asked as he grabbed a big seashell out of curiosity.

“There’s no other island around us, so I believe we are on the right track,” Jeanne answered and as she looked at the coconut trees in front of her. “Maybe we are going to encounter something that will lead us to another floor,” Jeanne said as she grabbed a rock and then threw it at the coconut.

“Let’s split up but don’t go too far,” Agnez said as she looked at Jeanne making a hole in the coconut that she shot down. “Let’s come back after ten minutes of exploring,”

Mykel looked at the sea stack in the distance and walked toward it.

“I don’t think it’s necessary,” Mykel said as he kept walking.

Everyone looked at Mykel and where he went, they saw a rowboat hidden behind the sea stack and immediately followed him from behind. The rock was so tall but thankfully the boat was visible behind it because the wave pushed the both onto the shore.

They looked at the rowboat up close and it looked old because there were so many holes in it.

“Whoever used this, it seems like they survived from that snake and went back to the island,” Rozan said as he checked if there was something on the boat. “Let’s check the island,”

Everyone walking into the tropical forest but Mykel was still near the rowboat and looking at something that was hidden behind the sea stack. He then entered the forest because everyone was waiting for him.

“We have been walking for hours, but there’s no sign of anyone living in this forest,” Jeanne said as she wiped the sweat on her forehead. “I don’t even see any spirits,” Jeanne continued as she sat down and leaned on the tree while staring at Mykel.

“It’s getting dark, let’s get out of the forest and stay on the shore. Let’s rest and continue the search on the island tomorrow morning,” Mykel said as he looked at them.

All of them nodded with understanding and left the forest after an hour of walking.

Everyone was making themselves comfortable on the shore while they were staring at the starry night. One by one they all fell asleep, but then Lillith opened her eyes because someone was calling her name.

Lillith sat up and turned around, she looked at a vague figure in the forest. A person in all white was standing next to a tree and looked like the person was staring at her. She looked at the others who were in a deep sleep and decided to go into the forest on her own.

Turned out the person who was standing next to a tree was a woman, a woman with blonde hair and brown eyes that looked the same age as Lillith. Lillith entered the forest and immediately the woman smiled at her then she walked away as if she wanted Lillith to follow her.

Lillith wasn’t the type to like playing around, and she silently ran toward the woman and suddenly appeared right next to the woman.

“Who are you?” Lillith asked.

The woman wasn’t even startled when Lillith appeared right next to her, she smiled while kept looking forward.

“I heard a ship came to the island, I was too scared to go out there and decided to go out at this hour just to be safe,” The woman answered calmly and then looked at Lillith in the eye. “You have pretty eyes,”

“I’m not asking that question, I’m asking who are you,” Lillith furrowed her eyebrows and kept following the woman from behind.

“I’m just a survivor, like you,” The woman answered with a gentle smile.

Lillith used [Telepathic] to read the woman’s memories because she was suspicious about the woman. Unfortunately, she couldn’t read the woman’s memories at all, she then stopped walking and grabbed her daggers so quietly that she hid behind her sweater.

“Why are you holding your weapons?” The woman asked and stopped but she didn’t look back at Lillith.

“Ask my question or I will stab you,” Lillith said with her hands behind her back. “Are you a demon?” Lillith asked.

“No,” The woman answered and turned around. “Do I look like one? I don’t think a demon can be a pretty woman like me,” The woman continued.

“I have seen three beautiful demons, way prettier than you,” Lillith said as she tightened her grip.

“Oh, then I stand corrected,” The woman said with a surprised expression. “but I’m not a demon though, or at least that’s what I believe,” The woman smiled and continued walking.

Lillith furrowed her forehead and started to follow the woman with the daggers still in her both hands.

“What’s your name?” Lillith asked.

“I don’t remember,” The woman answered, “But I do remember it started with an S,” The woman continued.

“Don’t tell me you have no idea why are you here,” Lillith said as she squinted her eyes.

“That’s right, the moment I open my eyes, I was on this island on my own,” The woman answered and showed her sorrowful face. “The first thing I remember was that I was facing the sea,”

“Then where are you leading me to? Your hiding place?” Lillith asked with her eyebrows raised.

“No, I need your help. There’s something that I need to find but I don’t know what is it. It’s something important to me and I know that it’s somewhere on this island,” The woman answered and looked at Lillith.

Lillith looked around and raised her eyebrows. “You don’t know what it is and it’s on this island? I don’t think I can be of any help. Even if everyone is helping me, it would take days or even weeks,” Lillith said as she sighed and rested her hands on her waist.

“I have been looking for it for hundreds of nights, you don’t have to find it in the places that I have searched,” The woman said as she looked down in the dark.

“You won’t be able to see anything in the dark, why don’t you look at it during the day?” Lillith crossed her arms.

“I can’t do that,” The woman answered as she kept looking around up and down.

Lillith got more confused by the woman’s answers.

“Why don’t we go and check the rowboat that we found? Maybe that’s how you get onto the island. You might drop it near the rowboat,” Lillith said as she pointed at the sea on her right.

“Okay,” The woman nodded her head.

They both went to the shore and Lillith showed the rowboat, and when she asked if that rowboat belonged to the woman, the woman didn’t remember anything. They both started looking around the rowboat, but they didn’t find anything until the sun rose.

“What are you doing there?” Mykel’s voice could be heard from behind Lillith.

Lillith turned around and saw Mykel smoking his cigarette and walking toward her.

“This woman here loses something, and I’m here to help her find it,” Lillith answered as she pointed her thumb over her shoulder.

“What woman?” Mykel raised his eyebrow.

“What do you mean what wom-” Before Lillith could finish her sentence, she turned around and there was nobody near her.

“Okay, either I’m going crazy or I was sleepwalking,” Lillith continued as she looked around.


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