This is a story I wrote in 8th grade. This is written from a childs', well a teenagers' perspective of the holocaust. This story is semi-sad and shows how the holocaust affected the main characters' life. This is a work of fiction, though it is based on a real event.
a historic fiction piece......luigi and his men set out to find a great creature that can kill a terrible illness only to find some obstacles along the way. Will they make it in time or will disapointment be near in the future.
Roselyn is a fiery redhead living in a dangerous era. Like her mother and older sister, Roselyn posses an incredible ability to heal the sick and injured. The three women are forced to keep there powers hidden during an time where anything unusual and/or enigmatic is considered dangerous and automatically linked to the devil.
Already under the suspicious eye of the entire town because of her appearance and eccentric personality, Roselyn does everything she can do live a normal life and keep her family's secret.
As the Sacred Cross, the largest and most feared group of witch-hunters, moves to town, innocents are targeted and more lives are lost in the name of purity. When Roselyn joins a secret organization hellbent on protects the wrongfully accused, she is appalled when her seemingly normal sister, Adeline, is accused of witchcraft and sentenced to death by burning at the stake.
Look into the life of a heroic young girl as she fights impossible odds to not only survive, but stand up those unlawfully convicted.
The year is 1781. Richard Stubbs, a disgraced former ship captain and governor, is aboard the Zong, on its way to Jamaica. Little did he know that this one voyage would change his entire life. <Based on a true story>
Caius had always dreamed of becoming a gladiator, but when he got the chance he found that it was not all he thought it would be.
Fans of professional wrestling will get a definite something from this piece.
I was inspired to write this story on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Even though some people may not remember the fateful day, including myself, we must never forget the price that must be paid for all of the freedom we have. I dedicate this story to all of the people who died in the 9/11 attacks, and their families who go through their lives with the memory of their loved ones and friends who perished on their minds.