Wherever The Grass Grows Greener

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic


It’s 1982 and Walter Monroe is a boy who lives two lives simultaneously, but he has not consented to his situation in any way and is no more alert to what is happening to him than fiction is alert
to the reality that it never actually took place. There’s no telling how long this phenomenon has been going on for – only that as of October 4th, it most certainly is in effect. He is the same
age, of the same disposition, and carries an identical internal moral compass in both of his lives. I want to go out of my way to mention that the world is unchanged across the two lives and that
nobody local to the setting of the story will be mentioned from one life crossed over to the other, so you’ll never see the same character in any more than a single of his dual lives apart from our
hero. Whether or not the circumstances of Walter’s existence over the span of the two weeks that this novel covers signify something inspiring, something nihilistic, or merely serve as a
meaningless plot device is left to the discretion of the reader. Neither of Walter’s lives contain any exceptional qualities if the reader is to take on an American paradigm and it should be
understood that the narrative I have constructed derives from a godless plane of existence where nothing undeservedly positive comes to anyone: not even the protagonists of epic tales.



To summarize: simply enjoy, or else everything goes to waste.

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The Witch and Walter Monroe

Submitted: December 04, 2017


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