Colin and Billy walked through the living room, down the hallway, past the bathroom and stopped in front of Tanner’s door at the end of the hall. Billy knocked once but didn’t receive an answer. He knocked again and then wrapped his hand around the baseball-shaped handle and turned the knob. The door swung open to reveal a less-than-welcoming atmosphere. The dark and dreary room was hot and the air smelled stale, as though the window hadn’t been opened in years. Billy opened the mini blinds and window to let in some light and fresh air, but when he turned back toward the room he was beside himself with sorrow. There wasn’t a trace of their old friend anywhere, not even the pile of dirty clothes that used to lie in a heap in the corner of the room. Billy sighed and shook his head. “What happened to you, Tanner? Your room used to be more fun.” “I can’t have fun anymore,” Tanner replied blandly. “I’m paralysed.”
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