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We Will Fly Away

We Will Fly Away

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words fail By norequiem Updated Feb 26

When Jenna was six years old, she watched a boy leap off a building, sprout wings as he fell, then fly off into the distance. 

Her young mind embraced and believed the boy was real, but as she got older, she was teased more and more about "The Boy Who Can Fly."

Jenna will be forced to see therapist after therapist, counselor after counselor, all trying to break her belief in the flying boy. 

To avoid all of the ridicule from her family and her peers, she spends high school pretending to be "cured" from her wild imagination. 

Once she leaves for college, she intends never to tell anyone about the boy she saw that night, until it comes back to haunt her.

lmaodipper lmaodipper Apr 13
I THKIGHT THIS WAS A JOSHLER FAN FIC BUT ITS TOO CUTE TO STOP READING
i'm just gonna say, i probably won't end up reading this book bc i have so much stuff to catch up w, but it sounDS SOOO GOOD. and the part where it says "the boy who can fly" gmfu bc like ptv's song, the boy who could fly 10/10 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
This is reminding me of the Forest fic.
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              NO DON'T REMEMBER AHH TOO LATE *curls into a ball and listens to TOP*
Wait hold up I love it already but how old is Tyler in this?
I'm crying. Why am I crying? Ah, I'm an emotional person. Just gotta go with it.