David got up early in the morning to his alarm clock and slammed the off button, talking in an inaudible speak. After a few minutes of complaining in his sleepy language, David got up and looked beside him.
"Come on, t-" He stopped mid sentence to realize that the person was supposed to be beside him was not. He figured she was up already and would show herself when he came down. After a quick shower and change, David walked to the kitchen. David was hitting his peak of age, just hitting forty, but didn't look that old. He had a worn down face but nothing extremely bad, just one that hasn't been made over my movie stars. He had to go to his desk job as a lawyer, which wasn't as bad as it seemed, until one figured out that his daughter wasn't normal. No, his daughter had odd...attributes. She was normal except for one thing: being able to hover and almost turn completely invisible. Wasn't normal in the slightest.
David came down to an empty room, void of either his girlfriend or his daughter. He was starting to get worried and looked around for both of them. He didn't even leave the room before seeing a paper on the fridge. Usually, things like that were important and David quickly took it down, reading it fast.
"The hell? Alyssa!" David went up to Alyssa's room to find her gone and that cemented who had done this, not that he needed more proof.
David read the note as he went back to the kitchen and seen the pictures. It was odd, seeing only symbols. He understood a little, enough to know where he was going. The town was only so big and north of the town, the houses dwindled to only a few before it ended completely. David took the car, not caring about his job right now and knowing he could afford to take a few days off but he needed to find his girl, and going to have to find out what he will do to Alyssa. He didn't want to give her to the police but this was kidnapping and who knows what else.
David drove fast as he went farther north and eventually came up to the last few houses. He didn't know what the start meant but assumed one with a star or something but checking them all wouldn't hurt. David started walking toward the first, looking to his sides and in front of him.