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My tears only lasted a few seconds until the General slapped some sense into me. Ivan watched my tantrum, dumbly sucking his thumb, maybe too young to realize what was happening.
We clapped as flames spread across the planet below us. After the fight was won and the Loric people were destroyed, the General returned to our ship covered in blood. Despite the triumph, his face was serious. Before saying anything to my mother or me, he knelt before Ivan and explained that his father had died in service to our race.
A glorious death, befitting a true Mogadorian hero. A blessing. As an afterthought, the General did the same to me.
After that, Ivan, whose mother had died during childbirth, came to live with us and was raised as my brother. My parents are considered lucky to have three trueborn children. Whenever my test scores or physical evaluations are less than satisfactory, the General jokes that he might have to transfer my inheritance to Ivan. My gaze drifts towards a family of sightseers as they cross the lawn, each of them taking in the world through digital cameras.
The father pauses to snap a series of photos of the Monument, and I briefly reconsider my plans to demolish it. Instead, perhaps I could make it taller; maybe install a penthouse for myself in the uppermost floor. Ivan could have the room below mine. I catch her looking at me and find myself unconsciously shifting into a more presentable position, sitting up straighter, tilting my chin down to hide the severe angle of my too-large nose.
When the girl smiles at me, I look away. Why should I care what some human thinks of me? We must always remember why we are here. Written assignments have always given him problems, whereas the right answers come easily to me.
I glance down at the assignment. Those that would resist the expansion of the Mogadorian Empire, therefore, stand in opposition to nature itself. The girl with the braces frowns at him and turns away. The message is from the General.
My father never sends text messages.
The act is beneath him. But all of that is about to change. Before they were murdered by the Mogadorians, before Number Four was next, they were all just kids on an alien planet called Earth—discovering their powers, trying to stay hidden, and running for their lives.
After which, One's body is preserved and taken to a Mogadorian lab, where Doctor Lockam Anu volunteers Adam for an experiment linking him and One's memories. As a result, Adam is trapped in a three-year long coma during which he interacts with the ghost of Number One and views her memories. After Adam wakes up three years later, his father is eager for Adam to prove himself and bring glory to his family name.
Meanwhile, Adam notices a blog post, written by Number Two , flagged by Mogadorian surveillance and realizes that no other Mogadorian in the base has noticed. Adam tracks Two and travels to her safe house.
He helps her pack, pretending to be Loric, but he is discovered and swarmed by Mogadorians led by Ivan. Two is killed by Ivan who believes that Adam was being sneaky and wanted to get to her first. Years later, Adam has one final chance to redeem himself for his supposed weakness towards the Garde. Having studied and trained hard, he is a lot stronger than he was. Posing as aid workers, they give vaccines to the children of the African town, checking their ankles as they do it.