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An unreliable narrator narrates recounts — in a humorous and observational manner — his relationship with death. Read More
A boy experiences various oddities as he is moved into a clock tower, where he experiences peculiar characters, but these characters are nowhere near as peculiar as the thoughts within his own mind. Read More

Reads: 500

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

An apocryphal tale from a known trickster about his adventures with the mysterious 'Hero of Light' Read More
This is just an introduction to an amazing story. It's about a girl with an unforgettable past and an unpredictable future. About a girl that just wants everyone to know the truth. Read More

Book / Young Adult

November 07, 2013

Reads: 560

Comments: 40

The Booksie Classic House

The ocean seems to sing to Andrew O'Reilly. He has never been outspoken, but he has never needed to say a word when his lungs are holding onto the air that keep him alive as he sinks into the waters. His only escape is through the cool brushes of waves… Read More
This is an experiment for me to try and include the narrator into the story. I'd like to think I succeeded well but I would honestly like a second opinion. This was inspired by the Stanley Parable which is a great free game and if you enjoyed this you should… Read More
A horror story with an unusual twist. Read More
The short story by Herman Melville, “Bartleby, the Scrivener”, is a first person narration about a copyist who refuses to do the job he was hired for and the inability of the narrator, the scrivener’s boss, to dismiss his disruptive employee. The narrator is a “rather elderly man” who is… Read More
This is about a rivalry between two janitors that I once worked with and what might possibly have been the end result of that rivalry had they taken their personal dislike for one another to the extreme... Read More
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