Charon sighed as he closed the door. "Ord, listen." He said, motioning for them to sit down. "There are some things you might not want to hear, but you need to hear them."
"I'm as much to blame as your father." Marie interjected. "It was all an act. I already knew why we can't go back underground. I'm sorry Ord, but it's time for us to tell you the truth."
Charon nodded. "The reason I got fired," he said,
"The reason we can't go home, it's all because of me." Marie interrupted.
"Well," said Charon, "Not entirely."
"Mostly." She said. Charon shrugged. "Anyway," she said, "I asked you're father for a favor. He helped me, and when Hades found out, he lost his job, and now I'm being hunted after by every demon, monster, beast and spirit Hades can command." Marie sighed. "I still don't understand everything, but what I do know is this: Hades has been keeping something from me, from them! And I have to find out what."
They who dislike reading, write. They who dislike frowning, smile.
They who dislike working, play. They who dislike laughing, scream.
They who dislike learning, listen.They who dislike writing, read.
They who dislike playing, work. They who dislike screaming, laugh.
They who dislike listening, learn.
I, who likes to do all these things, will. You're welcome to join me.