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Double Crossbow (Daryl Dixon) [The Walking Dead]

Double Crossbow (Daryl Dixon) [The Walking Dead]

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Song // Teagan By songbirdie Updated Aug 14, 2016

{ WARNING: This story is under major renovation. You have been warned. }

"When it was quiet, I didn't have to worry about a monster trying to make me its lunch. I did, however, have to worry about my wandering thoughts, and I'd have a different monster on my hands if I let them wander too far."

A virus has erupted, turning loved ones into mindless, ravenous, killers. While the rest of the world plummets into madness, Kathryn Johnson seizes an unique opportunity. She runs from the hell she has lived in all her life, disappearing into the trees of Northern Georgia where she's accompanied solely by her thoughts. Little does Kathryn know she hasn't escaped Hell, but rather swapped one for another. In a moment of untampered curiosity, she stumbles upon a group that won't take no for an answer. Through the people of this group, Kathryn finds herself examining the walls she's kept herself locked behind, and an important question from her past will keep resurfacing, demanding to finally be answered after a lifetime of unknowns.

- #74 in fanfiction on 4/10/2016
- Featured in a The Walking Dead: Road To Survival reading list
- Featured in @Fanfic's Walking Dead fanfic recs reading list

this is like my 5th time reading this, still can't get over how amazingly written it is.
1996hood 1996hood Apr 06
I'm so happy I found this book again, I was reading it on another account so when I changed accounts I couldn't find it and I thought it had been deleted thank god it wasn't this book is amazing
Seeing the amount of comments saying this book is amazing i'm just gonna believe it
predacon127 predacon127 Jan 25
First time reading 😄 I love me a good Daryl fic, das some good shiz right there if I do say so myself
Lauren_Winchester Lauren_Winchester Dec 27, 2016
crazeddixongirl crazeddixongirl Nov 23, 2016
When words are so powerful you relate to them exactly, even though you've never been in a situation so extreme and moralistically challenging.