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I Know How You Feel

By Angela D'Eufemia All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Scifi

Prologue

Have you ever taken a stab in the dark when answering a question and gotten it exactly right? Have you predicted the future in a dream and watched as it came true before your very eyes? Maybe had feelings towards somebody you’d never thought you’d have? Have you ever taken a thought from someone’s mind and spoken it aloud? Maybe just said something at the same time as the person next to you?

Of course you have.

These are just weird occurrences that seem to go unnoticed in the world of humans and science. We never think that it could be deduced to something more. With most people, there isn’t something more. We all have the same basic brain structure; our thought patterns are bound

to overlap someone else’s and those feelings probably were already there but just unnoticed until that moment.

Like I said, most people. Not me.

For me, these occurrences, they happened in a pattern. They became more like symptoms, slowly but surely getting more and more frequent until I couldn’t ignore them anymore. They weren’t symptoms to a disease or a malfunction. Nothing like that. They were catalysts to a reaction in my brain. A reaction that caused my IQ to skyrocket. I became a super genius. And that’s what this story is about. Not some scientific explanation of the way my brain works. This is the story of my life and how I went from a student with a three-point-two grade point average to a celebrity who saved Hollywood. All because of my brain and its decision to evolve, so to speak. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s start from the beginning.

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