The chase of the White Rabbit

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The chase of the White Rabbit The chase of the White Rabbit

Essay by: AMAD

Genre: Science Fiction

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Essay by: AMAD

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Genre: Science Fiction

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This is a short story I'm writing for school, so please if you have any suggestions or feedback to help make this better please tell me, thank you.

V.2 I added the year that this story takes place in, tell me if the layout works.

Summary

This is a short story I'm writing for school, so please if you have any suggestions or feedback to help make this better please tell me, thank you.

V.2 I added the year that this story takes place in, tell me if the layout works.

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Submitted: August 06, 2013

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Submitted: August 06, 2013

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In chase of the white rabbit

Chapter 1: aftermath
 Date: 1/4/2156, 1 day after the 'incident'
Gavin had been abandoned, left to wither in this state of the art mental hospital  by the white rabbit, it had betrayed him. Instead of watching the white fluffy clouds float over him whilst he rested on the green grass as the white rabbit assured him, every day he was constrained to watch the accelerated, blue electronic pluses flow their path through the white purity of the padded walls that kept him enclosed. 
Constricted like the prey of snake, Gavin couldn't move his head, neck, arms and legs because of the force field keeping them still. Due to this he could faintly see his reflection in the white walls, but what he saw abhorred him.
His golden hair was now silver and patchy, his eyes differentiated from a burgundy red and a soft brown because of his treatment. His nose was still crippled from when he fell out of the tele-transporter, still dry with blood.
Daily, the nurses would hypnotize him into a deep coma in which memories could be wiped, erased and even tweaked with the help of M.A.C (mind alteration control), to help patients recover from their traumatic experiences. No matter how far of a dreamless, fathomless trance they embedded Gavin in, they could never break into his mind, never forge new playful, pleasant memories,  he would never forget the Day of his endowment... 


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