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Marlowe's Massacre

Marlowe's Massacre

11K Reads 309 Votes 5 Part Story
[Inactive] By The_overthinker22 Updated Mar 28

"I wonder what hurts the most? Losing your child to suicide or to murder." 

When Marlowe Jhase Richard committed suicide, his twin brother wasn't expecting it. His family wasn't expecting it. His friends weren't expecting it.

No one was expecting it. 

They couldn't understand why he did it either. They had clues that were only going to be found using the littlest hints. Simplest strategies. The strongest minds. None of them knew that yet. He made sure of that. Marlowe had left behind sadness, fear and problems that were unsolved and covered with doubt. No shit. Everyone knew that. No one knew why?

But, when Max meets Teddy - the coast guard who was supposedly there with Marlowe when he made his decision that night - he begins to fall hard out of his content and incisive self into something he can't no longer hide. And when the infamous pretty, rich white boy starts falling apart, barriers began to break. Rumors began to spread. White lies spark and the Devil starts working his magic.

Yet, when friends start dropping like flies, court cases start piling up, suspension starts rising and the most wealthiest Academy loses its reputation, everyone's fingers point back to the very first person to get Marlowe the exact way he was...

jswizzles jswizzles Apr 03
Oh shît... I thought he jumps. not shoots himself..... Well at least I am rereading this chapter before going on
Echochannel Echochannel Mar 14
Man,your amazing!!!!! You described every single freaking feeling and intentions that made me live in it.
v_silva v_silva Nov 30, 2016
- A comma should be added after "ideal". 
                              
                              - Shown should be corrected to "showed". 
                              
                              - "Through her eyes" could be rephrased to "[within] her eyes".
v_silva v_silva Nov 30, 2016
Does "alarming" indicate that Marlowe perceives her as alarming, or is SHE alarmed? If the latter, I suggest to change "alarming" to "alarmed".
NekodaDotR NekodaDotR Dec 21, 2016
I'm shocked Right now! I can't look for the word but it's that 😂
v_silva v_silva Nov 30, 2016
Mind some tenses:
                              
                              - "... the trigger [was] pulled..."
                              
                              - "... he'[d] done it before..."