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Far away, in some strange land, wherever Pittoo went during the time he was traveling, we notice a slight disturbance in the random wildlife.
“I AM YOUR FATHER!”
Ness peered around the tree, wondering who could be scaring the birds down from the trees. Most of them were dead.
“LUKE, I AM YOUR FATHER!”
Pittoo, wielding a cobalt-colored lightsaber, stabbed at unseen opponents, his jet black wings billowing in the wind.
“I SAID I AMMMM YOUR FATHER! NOW FIGHT ME!”
He struck a tree with heartfelt vengeance.
“I AMMM YOUR-ah, forget it.” The lightsaber disappeared and Ness decided to label it in his mind as “Regular Life.”
Over in Dungeon Gym, somewhere in Altea, AJRA, we wonder what could be making all that racket.
“Mfgmshabdo, Solo!” Roy practices his Greedo impression in private. But not completely alone.
Pit and Marth are laughing in the basement, watching the secret video screens, as the AweSomE cast leader creeps up behind Roy and grabs him by the shoulders.
Roy screams, and yells to high sky. His scream breaks the mirror in front of him.
“YOU’RE DEAD!” Hopefully that gym leader will save his own skin somehow.
Up on top of some peaceful mountain, supposedly alone in a rotting temple, the lovely atmosphere is interrupted by some inferior sci-fi nerd.
“IT IS YOUR FATE. JOIN ME LUKE, AND WE SHALL RULE TOGETHER.”
He turned with a gasp, quickly followed by an urge to wring Shulk’s neck as they raced down the mountainside.
Over in AJRA, we observe a regular lunchtime with the eccentric exalt of Ylisse, in an attempt to lighten the day; but his geekhood is evidently lost on Lucina.
Lucina paused in front of Chrom’s desk. She knew he was busy; she should probably bring him lunch from the cafeteria downstairs.
“What do you want for lunch, sir?”
He paused for a moment to think; and then, “BRING ME SOLO AND THE WOOKIE.”
“I’m sorry, what?”
“Uh, it was a quote.”
“Oh. So what do you want?”
“BRING ME FISHSTICK AND A COOKIE.”
“Okay. That’s better.”
LouiseJ2: I enjoyed the detail you went into with regards to the case. It made the UNSUB appear believable. The crisis in the middle of the story was my favorite part, very dramatic but not over the top. I feel like sometimes pairings can be overdone but I liked that some of the relationships were a little...
PaulSenkel: If you like Arthur C. Clarke's Odyssey, especially The Final Odyssey, then you will probably also enjoy this book. I definitely did.It does, however, address a more adolescent public than the above-mentioned book.I enjoyed the story and finished it in a few days. The overall situation on earth an...
Sonya YuntHatton: Are you going to be posting the rest? I read this when originally posted on Fanfiction. LOVE IT!!! Was so glad when it came our as an original book!! And now the MOVIE!!! Holy Mary I am so excited.....But I'm going to HATE, HATE, HATE the wait for part 2. Please let me know if and when you're goi...
Ben Gauger: Kudos go to wordworrywill, author of Kings and Things, an otherwise imaginative tale set against the trappings of the royal set, but then again I don't imagine there'd be many authors who invoked the names of Oprah Winfrey, Vladimir Putin, Jeff Bezos, Beyonce and Steven Spielberg, As for the plot...
Ben Gauger: Kudos go to Liz Aguilar, author of To Have And to Hold a fast-paced, gripping, adrenaline rush from start to finish, one of perhaps the finest pieces of writing I've ever read, in particular because of its' telenovela-like feel, May she continually find success as an author. Bravo my dear, bravo!
Alex Rushmer: I just want to say that the writing in this is amazing! I read the first couple chapters and was absolutely drawn in by it, The way you use first person in this story is extremely engaging and does wonders with your character development. I immediately had a picture of the characters and plotline...
Rebeccaseal: This was an almost perfect story that I would recommend to anyone. The only thing I would work on is painting a more realistic picture of Haiathiel. Somehow the environment seemed limited, and the land itself a bit unfinished. This can be solved simply by added descriptions to people and places. ...
LesAnne: I've never come across a plot like this, and I like its originality. At first, the title gave me the impression that the story is about friends making bets, but I've been proven wrong. I like the personality of the female main character, how evident her strengths and weaknesses are. She's become ...
summerstone: Seriously this is one of the best books I've ever read. The plot is intriguing, I love the narrative style. Its very descriptive and unique, with minimal cliches. It makes for a great read and the sequels are amazing. Totally worth reading. ^^ That's me trying to be professional. But in all hones...
FreakyPoet: "you made me laugh, made me cry, both are hard to do. I spent most of the night reading your story, captivated. This is why you get full stars from me. Thanks for the great story!"
Sara Joy Bailey: "Full of depth and life. The plot was thrilling. The author's style flows naturally and the reader can easily slip into the pages of the story. Very well done."