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July 9, 2019

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Deadwood: The Loonies
 

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y back sister!”

July 7, 2019

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CHAPTER 36:

The sound of the fire crackling in the hearth.

The whistling of the wind outside and the buffeting of the storm against the tower so that the windows rattled and shook the timber frames.

The darkness beyond the windows that would b...

July 7, 2019

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CHAPTER 35:

Ariana walked towards me.

The knife that was held before her and the blood that had dried against the cruel edges where the girl had thrust the knife through Eminem.

The memory of how we had found Zayne in the kitchen and him strun...

July 5, 2019

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CHAPTER 34:

The door creaked open. The screeching of rusted metal hinges and the sound like a tortured cry.

A large room that was slowly revealed from the shadows on the other side. My eyes taking time to adjust to the light of a fire that was...

July 4, 2019

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CHAPTER 33:

“What is this place?” I found myself asking as we continued along the endless flight of stairs upwards. The beacon torches that had been lit aside the course of stairs and the flames that flickered. The wax and the wick that crac...

July 2, 2019

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CHAPTER 32:

“What was that out there?” Ariana asked, her voice that was trembling and as quiet as a mouse I thought.

I shook my head. A great fatigue that had settled upon my bones so that I remained in a heap upon the wooden floorboards wher...

July 1, 2019

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CHAPTER 31:

We pushed through the bramble hedge, the thorns that snagged against the cloth and grabbed hold of the skin and the blood that began to leach out. The stinging pain as though I was being flayed alive and the taste of poison again...

June 30, 2019

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CHAPTER 30:

The wind had picked up and battered my body from side to side so that I fell against the brick wall to one side. The wind blew in from the other side and seemed to flood across the top of the wall as though a tidal wave had crash...

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