Arwen

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
No grief is ever meant to last: that's what Arwen learns after her mother commits suicide. But for how long could it not let it bother her without knowing the reason behind her mother's demise?

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Arwen

Submitted: January 08, 2012

No grief is ever meant to last: that's what Arwen learns after her mother commits suicide. But for how long could it not let it bother her without knowing the reason behind her mother's demise? Read Chapter

Submitted: January 08, 2012

  “Arwen you look drunk! Why did u sleep so late??To acquire dark circles??!” Dazed, Arwen glanced at her erratic best f... Read Chapter

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  Arwen felt exultant and annoyed, at the same time. Exultant, because she was loving her days at the college. After the sle... Read Chapter

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  “OMG...OMG!! I can’t believe this. Arwen are you serious? I mean are you really serious? It has to be a dream. Pinch me!... Read Chapter

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  God. He, who has the power to run this world. He, because of whom every human being on this planet breathes. And seizes to bre... Read Chapter

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  “Sorry for bothering you on this bright Sunday morning. I know people like to enjoy their leisure time, but I had some impor... Read Chapter

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  Passing through the corridor towards her locker, Arwen noticed the people passing her by. Just a few weeks ago she had not bee... Read Chapter

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  “Hi Shawn.” Shawn was tying his shoelaces, sitting on a bench in their soccer field. He looked up and squinted because... Read Chapter

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  Evil was a word that confused Arwen the most. Was being bad to people equivalent to being evil? Arwen didn’t think so. Arwen... Read Chapter

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  Emptiness was very different from loneliness. Arwen didn’t mind being alone. But she disdained the now barrenness of her hom... Read Chapter

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  “How was the party? Did you enjoy?” Kevin asked Arwen while checking out the menu. They were sitting in a restaurant. Arwe... Read Chapter

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  “There is something going on which I do not know, right?” “Not really.” Arwen widened her eyes at Zeisha. “Why d... Read Chapter

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  “You don’t have to go anywhere alone from now; I’ll arrange a driver for you.” “I am a mature adult dad!” Arwe... Read Chapter

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  Ross Verona closed the file which he was reading and leaning back, he rested his head on the top of his seat. Staring at the c... Read Chapter

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  Red color swayed in front of Arwen’s eyes. Arwen tried to delimitate the circle from where the color was emitting. Her heart... Read Chapter

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  "ARTICLE II: Money & Personal Property I give all my tangible personal property and all policies and proceeds of insur... Read Chapter

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  ‘Bad’ never existed. Only ‘good’ did. Now, that could be either good for one person or good for some other person. And... Read Chapter

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  The next thing Arwen remembered was opening her eyes to a bright white light. She didn’t think she was dead or in heaven. Wh... Read Chapter

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