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Now You See Me

Now You See Me

11K Reads 863 Votes 59 Part Story
Elinor Harrison By giveitameaning Completed


Damien doesn't know who he is.

At least, he doesn't think he does.

When he wakes up on a beach with no recollection of when he got there, covered in scars and horribly confused, the last thing he needs to hear is that he isn't even human anymore. 

With the help of the inhabitants of St Martin's Rehab Centre for Supernaturals, and the clues provided by his mother and one photo album, he sets about trying to regain the memories he lost and unravel the mystery of the man he once loved. As his past starts to return to him and he realises the scale of his loss, the pieces of a gruesome puzzle start to fit together.

Something dangerous is lurking in the shadows, and it might just be after him.

k-athleen k-athleen Mar 18, 2016
i've finished reading this chapter, and i stand by my previous conclusion that this was a very engaging start :)
                              (and there were a lot of details i missed the first time around that have so much meaning for me now)
ANiceCupOfInk ANiceCupOfInk Nov 26, 2016
This chapter definitely got me hooked; great way to start it all out!
k-athleen k-athleen Mar 18, 2016
i don't know if your interested in this particular kind of feedback/grammar nitpicking but you missed a space here.
                              (also: im rereading)
                              (i was gonna do that if and when moon kids was back in session so that i could focus on constructive comments but i just really want to now so)
thefndmsunite thefndmsunite Feb 19, 2016
Great story! It's super interesting and I think you can go far with this!
LanaKalina1 LanaKalina1 Feb 19, 2016
This was really interesting, and no werwolves, huh. I am incredibly curious to see how this story is going to develop, what does it actually mean being a merman, can he be out of water like this? This is definitely very original!
-lanes- -lanes- Jan 23, 2016
I loved the introduction, with the MC waking up on a beach; it definitely added an air of mystery. But there were WAY too many commas. Most could have been changed into periods or semicolons. Also, I thought that the whole 'you're a merman' part was pretty cheesy and awkward.