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Swadisky  By Swadisky Updated Jan 22, 2016

"It was then my mother was set on fire." 

When Beatrice stumbles upon a crazed man in the forest she barely gets away with her life. Unable to convince anyone of his presence, she tries not to go anywhere near him again but that seems impossible when unfortunate situations arise and feelings change.

Her life had always been relatively normal until she met him but she never thought it'd take a holiday to Crazy Town like it did. As the murder count piles high, and the supernatural creatures take residence in her small, quaint town, she must fight for what she believes is right while trying not to lose her mind over everyone's lies and deception. 

Believing to be on top of the game, she's in for a shock as she realises she must give up those most precious to her or risk endangering Earth to those with greed on their mind and blood on their hands. 


shaaaaima shaaaaima Apr 06
When I finish washing Mount Everest, they pile in mount Boula
-BigBootyHoes -BigBootyHoes Aug 06, 2016
Me: do it B!tch 
                              Him: what?
                              Me: Suck my non existent d!ck hoe
                              Him: you're dead
                              Me: not if you are first *sings to birds to attack*
                              Him: *confused face*
                              Birds: *Peck his face to death then high five me and fly away*
                              me: thanks birdies
                              I'm sorry😂😂
TeMiaMephi TeMiaMephi Nov 05, 2016
Looking at that booty 🍑 and for all those who updated, I am not updating the booty emoji
20missedcalls 20missedcalls Jul 02, 2016
3rd time reading this book while waiting for an update lmao I got no life
All the people in the comments acting like they some big fella when in reality they're probably a preteen
YueShiro YueShiro May 19, 2016
I know right!!! We know we should be doing be that sense of danger and adventure thrill us