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Never Again

A military commander James Sinclair, admist a world slowly spiralling out of control. PG-13.



Chapter 1 - Thresholds
Submitted: October 6, 2004 • Updated: October 6, 2004
Word count: 5918 • Size: 32k • Comments: 3 • views: 737


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Kurieo on July 20, 2008, 3:16:39 AM

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Stratadrake on July 20, 2008, 6:24:42 PM

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StratadrakeWhy don't you click on chapter 1 and read the darn thing first? Find out for yourself BEFORE you comment.

Kurieo on July 27, 2008, 7:49:03 AM

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Stratadrake on July 28, 2008, 1:00:08 AM

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Stratadrake(Sorry if the previous comment sounded too blunt.)

50,000 words? That would be my (2007) NaNoWriMo novel. I don't have the thing uploaded here (and that's probably not going to change), but I did upload it to my dA account.

Kurieo on July 19, 2008, 3:02:14 AM

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Stratadrake on July 19, 2008, 3:22:39 AM

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StratadrakeSadly, I don't know if I ever will. :(

I originally started it for a Creative Writing college class, and throughout the weekly classes somewhere it got stuck in revision-land.

If I ever do take up its pen again, it would have to be more like Nano-style, nonstop writing regardless of what hits the fan in the meantime. I did that last November and ended up with a novel of over 50,000 words.

theWriter on December 30, 2005, 9:18:29 AM

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theWriterI never understand why the incredibly good stories never get any comments.
The plot was beautifully done, and the story itself flowed. Very few, almost non-existant grammatical and punctuation errors. The inciting incident is very well done, dragging the reader in; the introduction of characters and the characters themselves are refreshing. They all seem real. I'm not a scifi fan but I was very impressed by this piece of work. Nice job.