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Breaking The Walls, Bending The Cage

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This is a Story Of Someone named ,Lets call him "randy" its based off true stories and all the names have been changed to protect everyone's identities

Romance / Horror
Aaron Thomas
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Silence. In every direction. Silence, not a single noise. Not from any animals, not from traffic, just silence. Emptiness in every direction. Except a couple trees and a playground, not a person to be seen except under the play structure. There lay a depressed 17 year old boy. His name is Randy. He wasn’t very special, just an average kid he writes, draws, but he’s the laughing stock because of his body build. He's 6’1 285 lbs. and has short brown hair. He would go to school like anyone else but he acted differently around people, he felt like a burden to people so he’d put a fake smile on so people wouldn’t worry about him. Everyday was the same routine get out of bed after a sleepless night at 5:30 get dressed in baggy sweats and a shirt and a zip up hoodie make himself some hot tea for the day and leave the house, at school it was no different fake smile a couple fake laughs here and there, hiding the pain he felt. The first week of school was different he couldn’t take the pain anymore when he got home he just sat on his bed reliving his past

4 week ago

“Nobody wants you here, freak!!” “Careful when he walks there’s an earthquake.” Strangers would say as Randy walked past them. He walked through the halls just trying to get to class on time. Almost to class, he went to the back of the school and let out his anger and sadness, he just started punching the wall over and over till his hand was bruised. he just curled up holding his hand. He curled up into a ball and cried, but he wasn’t crying from the pain, the pain felt like his best friend, he was crying because he was alone.

Randy sat there on his bed looking down at his hand, It was still bruised from the wall, he made a fist checking his knuckles none of them were broken. He looked at his scar-filled wrists, faded but still there. He looked at his palm full of white scratches that are recent from a paper clip. He curled up and cried on his bed and covered himself with his blanket.

Three weeks ago

He couldn’t feel anything anymore just pain and he couldn’t take it anymore, he looked into the bathroom mirror with the bathtub filling with hot water and a box of blade next to him he was tired of feeling pain he just wanted it to go away. He got undressed and got into the tub and open the box and took one out, and looks at the blade. Sharp, but was it sharp enough to stop the pain. He placed the cold blade on his wrist but he couldn’t do it. He wanted to, but he couldn’t do it. He tried moving the blade along his wrist but the blade wouldn’t cut. He dropped the blade and curled up in the tub and cried “why, why am I still alive”

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melanie blackmore: Descriptive, good story line, feel sad reading it but it’s also got some really hot and heavy elements liked reading this as disturbing as it is

Michelle Joan: Excellent Read so excited for the sequel

Mharms: I like the storyline following in the numbered books. This makes an interesting narrative. All adults would enjoy reading.

Melanie: Mir gefällt alles an dieser Geschichte. Ich bin absolut süchte. Diese liebe und Sehnsucht. Ich finde es wirklich toll geschrieben. Ich habe beim lesen alles um mich herum einfach alles ausgeblendet. Bitte hör nicht damit auf zu schreiben ❤️

Emeline: Roman très sympa mais on a envie d'une suite. Je le recommande à tous ce qui aiment les romans fantaisies.

Kaytlynn Shamhart: This book had me crying and throwing things around

Carlotta: The book is well written and very entertaining. It was a pleasure to read. I only don't like the fact that it's so centered around the pleasure of the two men, it's always the women servicing them and never getting something back (they give blowjobs but are not eaten out, they don't receive prope...

Betty: Très beau livre .j adore je suis à fond dedans

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Jaqueline Leal: Me gustó, la temática fue fuerte pero abordada de una manera responsable y respetuosa, me encanta la manera que tienes de escribir muchas felicidades, sigue haciendo lo siempre

Estefanía: Me pareció un poco dramática la reacción de ella. Pero en general me ha gustado

Teresa Knapp: Getting better!Still feel like you could have gone into more detail in some areas and I see where you left it open at the end for another one!

Daniela Mautes: Das Buch hat mich von Anfang bis Ende gefesselt, genau das was ich mag.

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