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Wyter Tahn Wyt Lys

By matangialysane All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Thriller

Blurb

A strange girl in a strange place. She woke up after weeks of sleep and found herself in a peculiar environment. She did not ask for reasons. She did not ask for directions. She did not ask for answers. She gets it herself. Wyter Tahn Wyt Lys is a story of joy, shock, pains and disgust of discovering truths in the midst of running after her past and now. What the world has not uncovered yet is her power-power to know. But the world she knows is not a good hiding place.

Prologue


Of all the trustworthy people I’ve ever met, you’re the best one and I’ll never regret of telling these things to you, M because you’re more than I thought and more than a friend to me I suppose, yet I won’t let anyone to harm you and I promise I’ll protect you though I’m not always there for you but probably you’ll know the truth behind that wall of unwary deceitful tormentor whom I fear so much because I feel helpless and weak since he planned my abduction and incarceration of my memories into a deep-barred sink which later on was freed by my childish yet hedonistic curiosity the moment I remembered your name.

I have no home nor a place where I belong. But M, with you, I’m home. I’m safe. My secrets are guarded with your love, strength and magical strangeness.

Coming home for you,

Maraudiesse

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