Project: Yggdrasil - Phase I Of The Genomics Series

Project: Yggdrasil - Phase I Of The Genomics Series

12.4K Reads 1.7K Votes 57 Part Story
IceRequiem By IceRequiem Updated 5 days ago

Morrighan didn't survive a colossal assault on her home just to roll over and play dead. 

As a genetically engineered soldier, she has a few tricks up her sleeve--and intends to pull out all the stops to investigate the brutal murders of her friends and family. Little does she know, the shady organization responsible for the massacre have considerably more planned than simply razing Helix Labs to the ground. 

As she digs deeper into the who and why behind those responsible, Morrighan realizes that the attack on her home is a linchpin in a larger conspiracy. The discovery leaves her with a choice--save herself or the rest of humanity.

Cover art designed by 
yuuhiko.tumblr.com

Yo interesting Prologue I enjoyed it. The Dreamwalker thing is cool and the mystery is there so good job.
FireAxel29 FireAxel29 Nov 02
 #EEOT
                              
                              This is amazingly written.
                              
                              No grammatical errors, interesting and captivating writing style, extensive description abilities, and futuristic setting.
                              
                              This is just the type of reads I enjoy, mysterious.
                              
                              Hope the rest of the book keeps up to the prologue.
                              
                              "Be happy, you're free."
MistressOP MistressOP Nov 04
is that metallokinesis? 
                              It's a good start mainly because it dumps you into the world and tells you a little story at the same time.
                              You writing reads very smooth without issues and the dialogue reads very real. Good job
AaronRyuchi AaronRyuchi Nov 14
Metallokinetic, eh? So Dreamweavers manipulate dreams, I guess. There's a term for it...
Interesting chapter; it really draws the audience in. I imagine this scene to be like dimly lit so you dont see most of their face and only their mouths moving as they speak and a dim silhouette. Perfect and mysterious.
                              I love it! XD
@IceRequiem Haha yeah, I just have a terrible attention span so it's been a while since I was last here. Thought I should catch up before I read on.