Real 28

6th Feb 2018, 10:34 PM in Chapter 6: Real
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...(RockB) 6th Feb 2018, 11:10 PM edit delete reply
...(RockB)
Oh M. Gee! There are fists of steel under these gloves!

Nonononononononono....

Edit: Not that the great Emily Gahn didn't deserve a steel fist in the face.
Marcia 7th Feb 2018, 1:39 AM edit delete reply
I really really really want her to get justice for this. And heal. I'm so mad right now...
Haegan2005 7th Feb 2018, 2:50 AM edit delete reply
Haegan2005
Sometimes an author does a really good job pissing readers off about an action a character took.

I bow. I really really want to beat these T**DS up.
Gabrielli 7th Feb 2018, 3:03 AM edit delete reply
Thank you, Viky and Roman, for choosing to release these three all at once. The story impact was much stronger than it would have been if it were stretched out.
HadEnuf? 7th Feb 2018, 2:25 PM edit delete reply
This needed to be a short "page flood": now, how does our heroine distinguish herself from Carrie?

Think about it: we have a being of great, latent power, likely with some empathic impairment (albeit due to natural wiring, not a lifetime of isolation and ostracism to serve others' pathology).

Do the figurative gloves come off and does rage take over?

Do the literal gloves come off, with a speech about the good those who have become her friends finally got to do, for her?

In other words, meltdown or epiphany?

I want to see what our authors have in store.
HadEnuf? 19th Feb 2018, 8:25 PM edit delete reply
Somehow, I transposed literal and figurative, writing that..
DesertLion 7th Feb 2018, 3:39 PM edit delete reply
Powerful images, and yet all I can think about is how the author's surgery is going/has gone. All the best...
the author 11th Feb 2018, 10:01 AM edit delete reply
Making a full recovery, thank you :)
DesertLion 13th Feb 2018, 4:33 PM edit delete reply
Glad to hear it. Hoping no serious engineering was required... ;)
Hannah 7th Feb 2018, 9:26 PM edit delete reply
They crossed the line. Because think about it, Corelle is no more than sixteen years old. And now she is on a stage, at a rally, with a bucket of red stuff (which could be literally anything dyed red) that looks like blood dumped on her. That would mess up a normal person but, Corelle is not normal so there is no telling how she will handle this.
DesertLion 9th Feb 2018, 3:03 PM edit delete reply
But isn't that the point? These radical activists are no different from their type in the real world. There are not means that cannot be justified by the ends they support. Similarly, because they see themselves as warriors for justice, they erroneously assume they are invincible and impervious to consequences. If it takes more than one additional page for them to begin seeing just how greatly into error that arrogance has taken them, I sincerely hope those pages are all released together as well!
Arbithian 12th Feb 2018, 8:13 PM edit delete reply
Couldn't agree more, with everything you just said.