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  • The Glass Moon
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    He was the boy on the moon, And when he fell, The stars fell too. ☾☾☾ The Division says the walls protect us, The Division says they will save us, The Division says humanity went to the stars, But they never came back down. The seas rose, the moon went red and we were born from the ashes of our ancestors lies. No one...

  • The Burn (A Runner Series Companion)
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    A companion to The Runner series. ================================== You already know the hero. Now, meet the survivors. Friends, enemies, Intacts and Fragments. These are their stories.

  • The Runner (Part I of the Runner Series)
    3.1M 148K 53

    The world as we know it ended 209 years ago. From a desert wasteland springs a single kingdom, ruled by a tyrannical King and trapped in an endless war against the shadowy desert warriors. As a desperate bid to save what remains of humanity, society has been split into two distinct classes, nicknamed the Court and th...

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  • The Wastelands (Part II of the Runner Series)
    1.2M 71.5K 53

    Part 2 of The Runner series. ================================== The Runner's Rebellion was only the beginning. Tensions run high as the City struggles to repair itself after a civil war. Intacts and Fragments fight to find themselves a place in the new order amid whispers of a Queen being unfit to rule. The delicate b...

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  • Ghost
    39.2K 2.9K 28

    Love is easy when you both feel it. It crackles like electricity, drawing you together, consuming you. It's slightly more problematic when one of you happens to have been dead for 300 years... ~~~~ First place winner Dusk Till Dawn Awards - Best Louis Tomlinson story

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  • A little game
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    My eyes scanned through the room as my heart raced, my fingers shook rapidly as they gripped to the daggers in my hand. I silently stepped over the bodies of the dead men sprawled out across the floor, scattered like glass shards of broken glass. I quicken my pace as the whimpers coming from down the hall bounced off...