Terminal Origins

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
AD Caulder, otherwise known as Skinner, was the sheriff of the Sand Rose Plantation, which was as much a fiefdom and colony as it was a vast farm and ranch. It was located on lands that the ntives wished to reclaim. The world that it spread across was one of a few earthworlds of a nation, which a multisided civil war was fragmenting. Alas, its days were numbered. As its sheriff, AD did his best to keep it safe from the currents of destruction and change besieging it. In the process of doing his best to lead the efforts to defend it, he became entangled in the machinations of some ladies who were as treacherous as they were lovely. Thanks to their mischief, he was swept up and nearly drowned by the undertow of an international conspiracy. The book is unfinished and unedited. I hope nobody is offended, but the story is written in first person from AD's perspective. His method of expression is a bit cruder than I normally use. It is also unpretentious and honest.

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Terminal Origins

Submitted: April 23, 2008

AD Caulder, otherwise known as Skinner, was the sheriff of the Sand Rose Plantation, which was as much a fiefdom and colony as it was a vast farm and ranch. It was located on lands that the ntives wished to reclaim. The world that it spread across was one of a few earthworlds of a nation, which a multisided civil war was fragmenting. Alas, its days were numbered. As its sheriff, AD did his best to keep it safe from the currents of destruction and change besieging it. In the process of doing his best to lead the efforts to defend it, he became entangled in the machinations of some ladies who were as treacherous as they were lovely. Thanks to their mischief, he was swept up and nearly drowned by the undertow of an international conspiracy. The book is unfinished and unedited. I hope nobody is offended, but the story is written in first person from AD's perspective. His method of expression is a bit cruder than I normally use. It is also unpretentious and honest. Read Chapter


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