Sunlight danced across Y/n’s face. It felt like five seconds ago she had slipped into bed and shut her eyes. How could it possibly be morning already? Barely conscious, Y/n took a deep breath and tried to ease her mind back into sleep. The air didn’t smell like her room. It smelled fresh, like summer, with just a hint of something rotten. Y/n opened her eyes but snapped them shut immediately. The light was blinding. She peeled them open again and let her eyes adjust to the sun.
Tree branches rich with leaves swayed above her, creating swirling patterns on the forest floor. Y/n sat up as she suddenly became very awake. This wasn’t her room. She whirled her head around. Gigantic trees with snaking vines clinging to them surrounded her. Y/n’s breath caught in her throat and it became very difficult to breath. She felt the urge to move or to run as her heart picked up. She scuttled backwards as if the entire forest in front of her looming down over her. ‘Th