Fernando Aracena has entered the Master and Servant 3D.
Ever since the Science teacher had explained wasps to his class, Marco had been secretly fascinated by them. They were flying killers, fierce and dangerous. One wasp sting was enough to paralize the much larger tarantula.
Marco, the dreamer, would get his own wasp. One day, he would find the monster trapped in the web of its worst enemy: The spider. It would be tired of fighting to free itself, and resigned to die.
The boy would carefully approach the prisoner, cut the spiderweb with his knife, and free the tired animal. Then, he would jump to the back of the wasp, and both would fly away together.
And the kid would speak to the monster: “I saved your life. Now you have to do what I say.”
The wasp would bow its head.
They would become friends for life. They would cross the sky defying the dangers of the gigantic woods, where all living beings are brothers and sisters. Master and servant would eventually become pals. And every afternoon after school, Marco the dreamer, would turn his MP3 player on, ride his wasp, and fly free as a bird.