When twins Kiba and Kira are kidnaped on there sixteenth birthday, they have no idea what they truly are, genetically engineered humans, designed to live longer, they ae faster, stronger and smarter than anything the world has ever seen. Can they discover there full potential before they are slaughtered in the name of science?
What if dragons actually existed on Earth? What if something of them remained? What if they could be brought back? An exobiologist at Cornell University is about to find out the answers...and get more than he bargained for. This story was for an Expository Writing class in High School.
Well this is just the first chapter, I'm just basicly trying to introduce the characters and set the scene. We're in the future, I haven't chosen a year yet, and these four young people are in for one heck of a time.
Starships meet stunted minds and bigotry meets biotech deep in the heart of Texas.
After saving the mousy Helen from her perverted captors,Justice resolves to help the 'newly sent away,' as they call those sentenced to that prison which her streets have become, acclimate to her new prison surroundings by taking her to Justice's mentor, Suarez. He had taken her in as a child as he did so many others. Surely he would know what to do with this one. But upon reaching the home she finds the walls freshly sprayed with her orphan siblings' blood. A complete massacre. And the young ones herded away save her dimwitted 9 year old brother, Keito who with his ability to contort into small spaces had hidden himself away while the massacre took place. Leaving them asking, 'Why?' and swearing revenge.
Those of you who have read my selections from New Avalon will recognize the Legion character; however, this is not the same girl that you've come to know and love. This, ladies and gentlemen, is Legion v. 1.0. The original, from modern times, years before New Avalon. I've recently gone back and basically rewritten this story. The improvment, I think, was dramatic. Let me know.
Worlds is the longest piece of fiction I've ever typed, and finally here it is edited. I took advice, reduced the amount of perspectives, fixed to the best of my abilities the shifting tenses and altered an awful lot. The plot remains the same as it was though. Any input would be greatly appreciated, especially about the shifting viewpoints and peoples opinions on if this is an improvement over the last version or not (don't worry if you haven't read the original please still look this over and comment) The world is one ruled by women with psychic powers, where it is the turn of males to be persecuted. A world where the prophecies foretell of a chosen one who will throw off the shackles of opression, a man with the powers of a woman who will bring about great changes. Here begins the tale... (which incidentally is continued in Other Worlds)
This is Part 3 of Worlds. Read, comment, enjoy. (Please). Hopefully I'll get it edited by the end of this year. Part four is in the process of being written. Comment and it may happen faster.
This is the companion story to Different Worlds, it stands on it's own quite happily, though is probably best read after you've read DW (which contains more in depth background information than this). For those who don't know, Other Worlds is a sci-fi story, based in a world where women rule, men are their pawns and the internet is sentient. Thanks very much to A for her constructive comments, and for proof-reading this. There are a few embarassing spelling mistakes (especially near the end) which I'll do my best to remove in my next upload (which should be next week) Hope you all enjoy.
A.R.M.= Amber, Rib and Marrogan, and this is titled so because I have not yet come up with a better name. So there. *pokes out tongue* This one's basically about 3 creatures, a minotaur, a half-elf and a not-an-elf, genetically engineered in a fantasy world... and their strugle to survive. Only a few Chapters as of yet, but there's more to come. Please tell me what you think. Both nice comments and criticism welcome.
Alright, this one's a bit dark and experimental - my first go at writing science fiction in fact. Only read if you are lucid! Discusions surrounding the likes of genetic engineering are going to become increasingly prominent so I thought this might make an interesting story...
In the puritanistic society of late 21st century Earth there remains one bane, one blot upon human existence manifested as an accursed city where street gangs rule and all attempts at order are for nought. A world empire's attempt to remove this last bastion of evil by blotting out the sun, and encasing the city in an opaque capsule backfires as the evil thrives in its new found darkness and the gangs find new ways to torture, oppress and exploit those 'innocents' now unfortunate enough to find themselves captive in the architectural Hell. In this story I'm playing with a different writing style. I naturally write in long, complex sentences. I thought I'd try choppy writing. I envision a dark graphic novel more than a book.
Nutshell explanation of whole story: Futuristic genetic experiments and research with character drama. Chapter 01: Dr. Hayden Marx and his assistant Gabrielle work on figuring out the technicalities for the coming experiment, despite setbacks. Chapter 02: The key subjects are obtained for the experiment. Author's Note: This story contains what is quite possibly my favorite character, Hayden Marx. He's one of the few characters I've created that has absolutely no real-life counterpart and is my brainchild in the strictest sense. If you've read the Bureau of Necessity, he makes an appearance there (I have a nasty habit of character-recycling since I luurve them so much *tear*) but in no way are these two stories connected. They don't even take place in the same century. BTW, I forgot to put a date stamp or anything in this story but it takes place a few hundred years in the future where space travel/extraterrestrial colonization and highly refined genetic-testing are possible. Now enjoy! ^_^
Your first day as a politician is bound to be difficult, especially when you are the first telepathic wolf ever to sit on the most powerful council in the High Kingdom.