The Biggest Bang

(800 words) Any one of them could have been chosen. Thanks to the pale skin of his Scottish mother, Annag, it had been Sayid, better known as ‘Sandy.’ He pulled into the car park, turned the ignition off and smiled at his Caucasian reflection in the mirror. No one would know that his father was Syrian and in this most English of English towns, that was important. Extremely important. He took a deep breath. Then another deep, deep breath. After all, he was about to change history - for all time.