A friend of mine has been writing a novel for a while now, a sci-fi story about some endings and some other beginnings, about the story of the red-eyed Io. From the synopsis of his book in Wattpad : The world had changed since The Coming. It is now an arid ...
The fifth chapter of The Void Between Minds , The One That Was Lost , is up for reading in Wattpad . It goes on with what's happening within the Labyrinth to Skar and his new mysterious friend. And below my second character banner from the second story arc:...
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