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Chapter 3

Book / Science Fiction

November 17, 2018

Reads: 111

Comments: 1

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The year is 2552 CE. For twenty-seven years the alien collective known as the Covenant has been hunting down the human race. Colony after colony has been annihilated. Humanity has been forced to retreat again and again until a single planet remains our only hope mankind has of surviving… Earth.… Read More
When the outbreak in San Francisco started the world was already at its peak of destruction, political views and groups tore apart unity, the war sparked across the globe burned the leader's hearts into coal and the population ravaging the earth like a disease. Yet, we lived in an era… Read More

Chapter 3

Book / Science Fiction

November 17, 2018

Reads: 111

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The year is 2552 CE. For twenty-seven years the alien collective known as the Covenant has been hunting down the human race. Colony after colony has been annihilated. Humanity has been forced to retreat again and again until a single planet remains our only hope mankind has of surviving… Earth.… Read More

Reads: 294

Hoi My name is E of West Glendia. So if you enjoyed the first 2 chapters of this story then I'm happy. Don't lose interest because there are no new chapters. I'm a super slow writer and sometimes it might take me a couple of months to publish a chapter.… Read More
This story is about a person trying to escape from their life and responsibilities. On this trip, they have an unusual experience that leads to a multi-dimensional and enlightening journey. Read More
A dragon who just wants to be left alone is pestered by a visitor. Read More

Reads: 400

Comments: 1

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After uncovering the remnants of a total-governing operating system in the heart of East Wing City, Knightwatch Guild devises a plan to full-dive into WorldRunner and destroy it once and for all, but when a consequential fight leads to an unexpected system crash, Omuri, Vyne, Kitto and Yokumi must find… Read More

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The Signal is a science fiction short story that deals with the human need for an escape and the sacrifices made for the greater good. Revealing society's faults by dividing a line between the hopefulness for progress or the inevitable downfall of humanity due to our own wrongdoings. A young… Read More
Deep thoughts on life and loss, and how we remember. Read More

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In 2033 a consumer robot working for a Chinese restaurant refuses to work and suffered a brutal beating from the restaurant owner. The robot retaliated and severely wounding its master. After further examination of the robot's internal functions, investigators determined that it was self-aware and has the capacity to make… Read More
The story of a family from a small town on Prince Edward Island, passed down from my Grandfather to my Mother, and then onto me. Read More

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A scientist discovers that something is different about his own robotic creation in this free verse poem. Read More

Chapter 9

Book / Science Fiction

November 15, 2018

Reads: 392

Comments: 2

There is always a mistake when doing an experiment... no matter what... Read More

Reads: 24

Comments: 4

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There is a place in space full of mystery, home to life where no one lives. Read More
This double etheree poem happens to be a new version of that one story on The Twilight Zone entitled 'Ghost Ship'. Read More
A retro drug dealer in a future Japan tries to ply his trade without getting busted. Read More
How I became immortal Read More
My quest to be immortal Read More

Short Story / Science Fiction

November 13, 2018

Reads: 50

Comments: 3

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Two strangers. One universe. Many lives at risk. Read More

Reads: 4364

Comments: 47

Shelves: 13

The survivors have lost too much. Their escape of the country, their home in Mexico, their camp in New York. Coty, Maddie, Julian and now Spencer. They're fed up with it, and now they're ready to fight. After sailing to the mysterious island in the middle of the Ocean and… Read More