Hounds At Their Heels

Part 7 Silvia went into the bathroom again to grab a washcloth and soaked it in warm water. She checked under the sink for some gauze she could use to wrap up the wounds. When she came back, the boy was yanking out the glass like it didn't hurt at all.“Aargh! Gross!” Silvia shouted. “Doesn’t... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Part 6 Despite him being Silvia’s dad, they weren’t all that physically similar. While they had the same bright green eyes and lanky build, Silvia had a mop of curly, brown hair sitting on top of her head that barely reached her shoulders, a round face that hadn’t lost all of its baby fat, and... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Part 5 The boy stopped what he was doing at once and turned to the large garage door with fear evident on his face. A loud bang echoed as something slammed against the garage door, along with the snarling of barghests as their claws scratched at metal. The creatures scraped against the door for a... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Part 4 The streetlights behind them went out one by one, and Silvia twisted her head around to see three pairs of bloodshot eyes staring at them. They followed the two slowly, like they were stalking their preyㅡwhich in hindsight was what they were doing. She accepted the fact that she was losing her mind... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Part 3 A random man from the crowd walked forward. “You should really get to a hospital. I don’t even know how you’re standing up right now.”Silvia saw the boy open his mouth, his expression looking like he was ready to tell him to piss off, so she stepped in before a retort was given.“I’ll... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Part 2 Silvia yanked her arm from the other’s grasp. “Why? Who are you, my dad?”“Silvia,” Adelina said in a higher tone, trying not to give away her annoyance. “You obviously don’t seem well and you don’t look that great, so we’re going before you get any worse.”She huffed at her pestering. “Adelina I’m fine!... Continue Reading →

Hounds At Their Heels

Everyone was looking at her like she had grown an extra leg. She looked to the side and saw Fernando and Adelina, staring at her with concerned looks. She brushed the palm Adelina had on her shoulder away, and ran a hand through her hair. Her labored breathing evened out, and what had happened in the field had the reminiscing spirit of a bad dream.

At The Stroke Of Midnight

Part 3 “How?” he demanded. “How can I bring on the end of the world, yet bring peace to it?”The chief elder opened his mouth to reply, but a blade shot out from his chest and he was cut short. He looked down in surprise before collapsing into a heap on the ground as the... Continue Reading →

At The Stroke Of Midnight

Part 2 “State your name and family lineage,” the chief elder commanded, his voice void of any emotion.“Sebian Sebastian Dalca, of the Destin lineage,” he answered, avoiding the condescending stares of the elders.Sebian was his Protadon name, or true name as some people called it. Most prefered it, but Sebastian felt it was too personal... Continue Reading →

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