"Chapter Two: Hold On!": An earthquake hits the high school track meet.
- How is it possible I'm never going to see you again? How can you be over? How is it possible I'm never going to do any weird things with you ever again? How can I have all this power, and I couldn't hold on to you? The one time. The one time I needed it!
- -- Kara Danvers
Appearing in "Chapter Two: Hold On!"
- Dolly Granger
- Jennifer Bard (Dies)
- Jeremiah Danvers
- Eliza Danvers
- Zor-El (Flashback only) (Cameo)
- Alura (Flashback only) (Cameo)
- Doctor Stone
- Beatrice Bard (First appearance)
- Debbie Hamil (On a TV or computer screen)
- Mark Dew (On a TV or computer screen)
- Stephen Wright (On a TV or computer screen)
- Tan-On (First appearance)
- Krypton (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Chapter Two: Hold On!"
An earthquake hits the high school track meet.
Kara has to reveal her powers to save her friends. She catches a lightpole before it crushes Dolly, and leaps into the crevice to save Jen. Unfortunately the yellow glow that switches off her powers chooses that time to kick in, and Jen falls into the rift.
Jen's death and her inability to save her slams Kara hard. She stays in her home, sitting in a chair and eating cereal, trying to ignore the world while her parents watch the news and hear there is no clear reason why the earthquake happened. Later Kara goes out for a run, remembering Jen as she tries to blow off some steam.
At the Jen's funeral, Kara's track coach seems extremely supportive, assuring Kara can call her about anything. Kara mutters a "Thank you", but she can't help but think her coach's behavior is weird.
That night Kara and Dolly have dinner together. As they mourn their departed friend, Dolly reminds her of the bracelets and remarks no one else got them. Only the three of them.
Back at home, Kara's parents try to help her get over her grief. Later Kara falls asleep. This time she clearly sees a man and a woman crying and talking to her in a weird language, calling her "Kara Zor-El".
Kara awakens abruptly. She heads to her rocket and pulls out a red blanket with a "S" letter on it.
Kara falls asleep once again as she hears a voice crying out for help in a weird language. Elsewhere someone is shackled to a machine with green-glowing cuffs, and another person is operating several knobs, causing Kara physical pain.
- This book was first published on February 22, 2017.
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