Equality – now there’s a word that the great city of Vanguard did not strive to uphold. Despite the declarations of equality among men that were consecrated in this very city, equality was nothing more than a myth. This was evidenced by the existence of the levels of the city, which lie below the plate that SURFACE was built upon. These domains were officially deemed as the ‘sub-levels’, but residents of Vanguard knew them as the ‘slums’, each numbered by the order in which they were stacked upon one another. Continue reading “Equality”
In the mood for some dark thriller action? Well, here we go.
Primary Yellow: Milk and Coffee the second part of the Primary trilogy is the tragic tale about three heroes. Two of those heroes are Pulse and Becky James. Pulse is the one with the white hair and Becky is the brown.
Has something so totally amazing ever happened to you that the significance of it doesn’t strike you until days later? Well, what happens when that amazing event ends with not a so great outcome? What happens when that amazing event leaves much to be answered as so many questions surrounding it occupy your mind? Continue reading “That Time Scholastic Picked Up My Book…”