The Langerous House, a rather large place. The halls filled with statues of stone, vases and sorts stood on top of small slabs. You'd see a maid or two walking by, maybe the dog. But mostly what you'd see every day would be Matthew Langerous, walking down the hall towards his room, hauling a backpack full of books. Today was practically the same as most days, studying to ensure he was smart enough to live up to the standards of his Father, who was a brilliant man.
Matthew pushed the door to his room open, closing it behind him then looking around. The place was mildly cluttered, and stacks of books on certain sciences surrounded the room. Matthew had read all of them... Yet he had trouble remembering them. "Alright, studying today." He said, dropping his backpack onto his desk and sitting down, wiping some sweat from his forehead. Those books were heavy. He pushed the button on his monitor, watching it turn on. He sighed. "These machines hold so much information, yet are such a pain to use..." He grumbled, beginning to work.
. . .
It had been a few hours, his desk now filled with books and a notepad he was writing certain facts down in to focus on later. He had been working nonstop since he got home, and didn't stop until he heard a knock on the door. "Who is it?" He asked, looking at the door. He smiled at one of the maids as she walked inside, an older woman. "Your mother requested to see you, young master." She said gracefully, Matthew nodded quickly. "Right, tell her i'll be right there." He replied, watching the maid nod and wave to him before exiting and closing the door. Matthew sighed. "I wonder what she could want..." He asked himself quietly, not paying attention to where he was moving his mouse to exit out. He turned his head as he clicked, though. Noticing he clicked on some sort of Ad. He rolled his eyes, watching the screen black out. "Wonderful." He commented, starring at the computer for multiple seconds, raising an eyebrow. "Just... Wonderful-" He was cut off by the screen flashing white, it scared him, but not as much as the fact it sucked him inside it. he managed a small yelp, banging his foot on the pillar of books on his desk before being completely sucked inside, every book falling to the ground with a thud.
"What..." He was speechless! This place looked odd, and was way too bright for his comfort. Where was he going, and why? He only knew one thing.
"This is going to be a long day..."