Acylinn, an eighteen year old girl with all the strength and power of a God, is exiled from her homeland when the people there need her the most. She knows that the most important thing is to find her way back there. However, the longer she stays in the strange new world that she is stranded in, she unwillingly finds love and friendship, and is torn between the decision to stay with her new family or return to her old one.

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The Fall of an Angel

Acylinn, an eighteen year old girl with all the strength and power of a God, is exiled from her homeland when the people there need her the most. She knows that the most important thing is to find her way back there. However, the longer she stays in the strange new world that she is stranded in, she unwillingly finds love and friendship, and is torn between the decision to stay with her new family or return to her old one. Read Chapter

I landed in a thin gathering of trees just on the outskirts of the village. A gentle breeze swirled around me. It was hard to believe tha... Read Chapter

By the time I reached the enormous gates at the top of the hill that overlooked the serene little village, the night had spread. The dark... Read Chapter

We entered a cavernous room with highly arched ceilings. It was relatively empty aside from the rectangular stone table that stretched th... Read Chapter

I put my chin in the circle of my palms. My elbows rested on the elaborate stone fence that trimmed the bridge. There were dozens upon do... Read Chapter

Slowly, I regained consciousness. My eyes were closed, but I knew there was bright light trying to get through them. I gingerly peeled ba... Read Chapter

“At least it's not broken. Man, if these damages cost us, Smitty will throw a fit. Like we don't give her enough to stress about,” Ke... Read Chapter

This is a bit of a lengthy one, but bear with me, guys! It just seems longer because of all the spacing. It's mostly dialogue. Read Chapter

I followed Taz back outside where the other three boys were talking in a cluster beside the car. “You might feel better if you ride... Read Chapter

We had arrived in a city. Some buildings were more than seven stories high, but the one we stopped in front of couldn't be more than thre... Read Chapter

The room of the building we entered was long and quite dark. Wooden panels stretched along the floor to the back wall. In the center of t... Read Chapter

It took the four of us less than five minutes to stroll over to a restaurant I'd been told was called Taco Bell. On our way through the s... Read Chapter

As Chet, Keaten, West, and I arrived back at Tarzan's nightclub, a squiggly line of people wrapped around the building. I guessed they we... Read Chapter

Very slowly, I woke up. I was unsure where I was as I refused to open my eyes. Dim light peeked through my closed eyelids. Lying on my ba... Read Chapter

I tried forcing myself to go back to sleep. Nothing worked and counting sheep had never done the trick for me. My brain was on and runnin... Read Chapter

The sun had risen up over the horizon. I had droned on for so long, it had to be passed six now. Chet found me a toothbrush that he said ... Read Chapter

“Are you gonna be ok?” I asked West, my mouth chock full of what I'd learned to be cereal. It was crispy, sweet, and chocolatey all a... Read Chapter

***A note to those who read this first: I was very eager to post this. It probably has many mistakes because I haven't edited and re-read... Read Chapter

Normal 0 The next few days following the Vans Warped Tour were not as good as would be expected. It seems the “hard-core” events ... Read Chapter

My brain was on and running even before I opened my groggy eyes. The previous fog that had seemed to cling to my pounding head had been v... Read Chapter

As was the new and usual pattern, Keaton cooled off on his own time, as did I. Apologies weren’t really my forte, but luckily his own g... Read Chapter