"Dad whistled low and stepped forward. Mom gave Abuela and I a frightened glance. She'd never been comfortable with guns. Some of these were straight out of Rambo. There were handguns, rifles, and shotguns- manual, semi, and automatic. A variety of at least twenty-five. Along with axes and boxes of ammo lined along the bottom."
-Page 205, Chapter 11, "Unknown" by Wendy Higgins