Frozen (Naruto Fanfic)

Frozen (Naruto Fanfic)

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Misfit's Domain By LectorDominion Completed

Neglect, abuse and torture as the first memories he had of the village, Naruto grew up in cold apathy - appropriate for his hyoton bloodline - with only a few people to feel any sort of emotional attachment. And even with them, he rarely display genuine emotions.

He grew up with only one goal in mind, get stronger to be able to protect himself and those whom he cared about. Protecting Konoha is just a bonus in the long run.

NOTE: Strong!Naruto. Slight AU. Mentions (implied or direct) of Slash.

SEQUEL: Steel (Naruto Fanfic)

tM0922 tM0922 Jul 08
* pulls out of a throne out of nowhere * heh heh heh * throws it at the villagers *
Ya sure he's not blind because of those forbidden books he read? *look at the third's secret stash* OF GOD I'M BLIND!!
Feb 23 2002 ^_^ 
                              
                              I feel awkward because not many people who have same birthday, only i had met person who same birthday but different year however most werid person have SAME NAME as mine. °-° 
                              
                              Sorry about my rant.
This is the second time I'm gonna read this book and then the third time for the second one. LOVIN IT~~~~~  (❁´ω`❁)
                              ♡+:。.。❣LロVЁ❣。.。:+♡
                                
                              
                              This book is gonna be the death of me 
                              
                              Σ>―(灬⁺д⁺灬)♡―――>
Neko-Nini Neko-Nini Feb 17
"anx·i·e·ty
                              aNGˈzīədē/
                              noun
                              noun: anxiety; plural noun: anxieties
                              
                                  a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome."
Lunabadgirl Lunabadgirl Jan 23
Please tell me i am not tge only one who thought of let it go when reading the title