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"The Eureka Chronicles - Prologue" by Victoria M. Bean

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Within the space of a single planet lays an infinite numbers of realms, each unique in it’s own way. For every moment in time there are millions of possibilities that could happen, a single speak of dust can change the entire history of a place. So do not think our’s is the true reality, our earth is simply one of an uncountable numbers of worlds that exist within the space of this planet. Who know what mysteries lay in another realm parallel to our own, we can only imagine. <br><br>
Many other earths exist but to tell the stories of all of them would take an entirety, so for now we come to a realm of incredible beings. In this realm the most wonderful and terrifying creatures of our mythological tales are a reality. All manner of intelligent life exist here, demons, witches, centaurs, succubus’, vampires, and of course the strangest of all, humans.<br><br>
On the west most tip of the continent lay a land which over the centuries had become a refuse for all those creatures who had been forced from their lands. Therefore this land had no one race and was called Eureka which meant ‘The Found Land’ in an ancient language. It was known to be home to some of the most vile, selfish, and rustless creatures on all the planet. But hey, nobody’s perfect.<br><br>

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23 Nov 200245 Anonymous
I Think i´m going to read the whole story...
17 Jan 200345 Hattie
Wow, I think this is actually very like Terry Pratchett/Douglas Adams stuff! And I LOVE it! ;D
I myself want to be a writer ^_^;; (Eh..heh, like it's gonna work for me! -.-)

But what I have most trouble with is the introductions, how you slowly and easily slide from subject to subject whilst maintaining a smooth flow to your writing.
I agree with the two above, that this is such an eye-catching start you so just want to buy it and read it again and again!
17 Jan 200345 Angle Fish
Yea,me too
20 Jan 200345 Devon
I aggree w/ the 1st 2 ppl
20 Jan 200345 Brittania of mirkwood
Hi i've read an incredible lot of story/book/scripts and many such media types, so i know what im saying when i write that i think this story is really some good stuff, indeed it does have a touch of douglas adams (he the best!). The character depth and setting intro are deep, interesting, thourough and yet they dont go on and on and on (unlike this comment!). It is always said that a good intro raises more questions than it answers, and i think u have done this to the utmost! Have u published it?
I hope to get published someday, it might help if i actually finish something...
Namárië, esoria
15 Jul 200345 Anonymous
Wow. just wow. im gonna go read the rest now. Namarie si an, melanin.
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'The Eureka Chronicles - Prologue':
 • Created by: :-) Victoria M. Bean
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 • Keywords: Goth, Pirate, Romance, Vampire
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