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Bound by Glass [✓]

Bound by Glass [✓]

51K Reads 4.1K Votes 47 Part Story
Vivian Cath By Nerdyna Completed

(COMPLETED!)

In a world which is believed to be dead, man lives in enormous glass spheres, also known as the Globes. 

What they don't know, however, is that it is safe to roam the scarred earth once more. The Outsiders, the ones which have escaped the Globes, know this. They chose freedom--at a price. They live in constant fear of murderous wolves and the Authorities of the Globes, which are all keen on killing all the Outsiders. But, it's all worth it: freedom over dictatorship. 

Tenna Finley, a curious, headstrong 17-year-old is an Outsider, abandoned by her mother when she was an infant. When her camp gets attacked by the Authorities, she has to find help, and the only person who can has been jerked out of her reach. 

Tenna has to save her friend. But that also means, that she has to return to that glass prison, which she thought she'd left behind forever...the Globes. 

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~COMPLETED!~
~highest ranking: #15 in Science Fiction!~
~first draft, so all votes, comments and feedback are highly appreciated~
~edited by catie1350~

katycage katycage Apr 20
I can't believe it's taken me this long to start reading this story! It's amazing!
ScreamoMexicans ScreamoMexicans Dec 04, 2016
The five Masters are the government. There, I have it figured out.
BitterTasteInUrMouth BitterTasteInUrMouth Dec 19, 2016
Question. How would she know what happened to her family if her mum disappeared when she was a baby?
musicobsessedfemale musicobsessedfemale Aug 07, 2016
Well hello, I'm finally taking my time to read this and I don't think I will be disappointed. I'm severely excited lol
shadowsleek shadowsleek Aug 07, 2016
Try omitting the words papers and books to help with the flow, and replace it with the word pages
RainerSalt RainerSalt Oct 30, 2016
A very fine start, and I absolutely loved the last two sentences! And stylistic perfect writing, I think (with the exception of one globe's instead of globes')