Silver Cords.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
300 years ago, back in 1711, a pact was made between two organizations. The Royal Fyr Family and a group of demons called Fairytale. The agreement was that in the year 2011, the first child of the Fyr family to turn sixteen was to be given to the demons in exchange for eternal life. Now it is 2011, and Morgan Fyr has just turned sixteen. The first child of the Fyr family to have been born since 1996. Morgan thinks she is a regular girl, aside from her pitch-white hair that is so long that when she sits it brushes the floor. But what she doesn't know is the truth behind the beauty mark that is by the corner of each of her eyes. The truth that it is what brands her as a supernatural. She doesn't know this...Until she meets Caspian Wrane.

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Silver Cords.

Submitted: May 11, 2012

300 years ago, back in 1711, a pact was made between two organizations. The Royal Fyr Family and a group of demons called Fairytale. The agreement was that in the year 2011, the first child of the Fyr family to turn sixteen was to be given to the demons in exchange for eternal life. Now it is 2011, and Morgan Fyr has just turned sixteen. The first child of the Fyr family to have been born since 1996. Morgan thinks she is a regular girl, aside from her pitch-white hair that is so long that when she sits it brushes the floor. But what she doesn't know is the truth behind the beauty mark that is by the corner of each of her eyes. The truth that it is what brands her as a supernatural. She doesn't know this...Until she meets Caspian Wrane. Read Chapter

Chapter One.

Submitted: May 11, 2012

“Morgan Laine Aaliyah Fyr! Get your butt outta’ bed!” I groaned inwardly and rolled over, landing myself on the cold hardwood f... Read Chapter

Chapter Two

Submitted: May 15, 2012

My small, light-grey kitten, who I named Arthur, padded into the room and curled around my legs. I reached down to scratch him behind t... Read Chapter

Chapter Three.

Submitted: May 15, 2012

The first day of grade eleven started on the bus. I sat in the back, on the very last seat. Nobody dared to sit beside the girl with ... Read Chapter

Chapter Four.

Submitted: May 25, 2012

Nobody bothered to sit beside me in homeroom. Or any of my other classes, for that matter. I stood outside my locker, trying to open ... Read Chapter

Chapter Five.

Submitted: May 28, 2012

I woke up just in time to tell Tammy that we needed to go grab Aunt Ophelia from the airport. I pulled my hair into a bun and thre... Read Chapter

Chapter Six.

Submitted: May 30, 2012

Aunt Ophelia was odd, to say the least. My only expectation had been that I wanted her to have a normal hair color, but she didn’t ha... Read Chapter

Chapter Seven.

Submitted: May 31, 2012

If I’d learned anything from my first day at Moonview Academy, it was to have low expectations of the other students. I sat down in m... Read Chapter

Chapter Eight.

Submitted: May 31, 2012

I went through all my classes with a state of mind that was hyper and calm at the same time. When the bell finally rang, I was running ... Read Chapter

Chapter Nine.

Submitted: May 31, 2012

“Tammy, I’m home!” The house was quiet and no reply came. I ran a hand through my hair and looked around. Her shoes weren’t... Read Chapter

Chapter 10.

Submitted: June 08, 2012

Now before you assume that I went along willingly, let me tell you that I did just the opposite. Try as she may, Tammy had never been a... Read Chapter

Chapter Eleven.

Submitted: July 10, 2012

"Morganlaine!" I clenched my teeth and steeled myself against Caspian's voice ringing down the hallway. Tears blurred my vision and i... Read Chapter