Four Linked Corners

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Liar Rose is a 17 year old girl that lives in a home on the edge of the West. This is in early America during the Revolutionary War. Her father is always at work, and barely comes home to see her, and her mother, like most, just wanted her to get a wealthy husband and children. This is something Liar does not want. She had just recently broken up with her boyfriend, Luke.
Mehana is a 17 year old girl as well, who lives with her tribe, her dad as the chief, and her brother, the upcoming chief, Ahiga. She is a troublemaker and sneaks out in the morning to smoke with her best friend and the boys who did the same. She is fascinated with the english language and knows it very well. Her portion and view of the story is written from her diary.

Table of Contents

Liar Rose


Liar Rose, third person.
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Mehana


Mehana, first person.
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Liar Rose

Liar couldn’t stand her mom anymore, and decided to go on a walk. She put on her dad’s suit coat and wrote a note to her maid. She ... Read Chapter

mehana

  Today was eventful. I walked outside to my brother, leading a white girl, the same age as us, to the fire pit. I had never s... Read Chapter

Liar Rose

Liar was led to a campfire, and a man, dressed in similar clothes to the boy, but more colorful and detailed, walked out of a fairly la... Read Chapter

Mehana

I almost feel bad for the way I woke up Liar today. I was already dressed in my usual morning gown when I decided not to leave her behi... Read Chapter

Liar Rose

Liar had pulled Mehana away from her friends, which seemed to really upset her.  “My point is I don’t know what to do by ... Read Chapter

Mehana

Aiyana and I walked back up from the water giggling. When we did, we saw Liar explaining to the boys, especially Haroldo, why she had e... Read Chapter

Mehana


Mehana, first person.
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