This is a sequel, go read How America Became America first


The door appeared once more, so Amelia rushed through it. And saw Saiska waiting for her, so she ran towards her and hugged her.

"Are done yet?" she asked her mother as the rest of the nations followed her through the door.

"Not quite," came the response. "The rest of the ancients and I have something else in stored now."

"What do you mean?"

She conjured a rather large book, "A lot of these may be about you, some them may already know about, but there are also a ton about other nations. These are observations made by us ancients, secrets you may hold," she was speaking to everyone now, "diary entries. Read it wisely."

She handed the book to a stunned Amelia as she vanished once more.

"What?!" was all the world could say.

~End Recap~

Amelia just dropped the book and started to walk off. Matthew rushed after her. The rest of the nations stared at the book. Hercules, the personification of Greece, grabbed the book and tried to open it, but it seemed glued shut. A note fluttered down from the ceiling and right into his hand.

"'You can't open the book unless you're all there to read,'" Hercules read aloud.

"I don't wanna go back out there!" Amelia's loud voice could be heard. "It's hard enough that I had to live through my worst memories and find out a bunch of other shit, but now the other shit is going to be revealed?! No!"

After a few seconds Amelia's yelling turned into ones of annoyance and frustration.

"Put me down!" she yelled out, "Put me down now! I don't wanna go back out there!"

Matthew could be seen carrying Amelia over his shoulder. She was kicking and screaming. Gilbert could be heard laughing at the scene, but that was quickly stopped with a jab at his side by his brother. Matthew sat his twin down on a chair and looked her straight in the eye.

"The faster we get this done," he told her, "the faster we can all go home."

Amelia grumbled in annoyance but nodded. Maria came up to her adoptive mother and hugged her, knowing she was full well needing it.

"Fine," she said, standing up once Maria stopped hugging her, "let's get this shit show on the road."

Sadik, the personification of Turkey, snatched the book out of Hercules' hands and opened it, but before he could read anything, Amelia snatched the book.

"Nope," she said. "We eat first, then read."

The nations agreed and they quickly ate, Amelia taking her time eating a sandwich in the small office space with Maria this time. By the time they were finished, everyone was already in the sitting room. Amelia and Maria took their seats. Matthew grabbed the book and asked who would read first.

"I'll read first," Arthur told everyone, grabbing the book.

It's short, sorry