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A Tale of Flynnigan Rider 3 A Tale of Flynnigan RiderA Tale of Flynnigan Rider 3 by Whytegriffin
It had been a bad idea. He should not have eaten anything. He didn't have any idea what hurt so much or why, but he had lurched inward, curling himself into a ball again. Maybe he was feeling ill from having finally eaten something, but he had gone for just as long without food before.
Was he ill suddenly in addition to his injuries? That just wouldn't be fair, but he recognized with loathing how much his mouth was watering, how clammy his skin suddenly felt, the feeling of his stomach being forced up his throat - he was going to throw up and he had practically no way to move. Eugene was tempted to contaminate the Master's personal supplies, but he wouldn't in hope that someone more deserving might benefit from them.
He was definitely about to throw up. Eugene pushed himself up despite how his back screamed at him for it and stumbled, half walking and half dragging himself to the far corner. The cellar was dirt, anything rancid could easi
The Big Four and the School of Magic | Chapter 1.2The Big Four and the School of MagicThe Big Four and the School of Magic | Chapter 1.2 by Blooming-Snowflake
Chapter 1 - The Acceptance Letters
The Lost Princess' Unexpected Delivery
It was such a sunny and warm day in the Kingdom of Corona. Birds were singing, the easy wind was breezing against your face, the waterfall streaming in through a large crack in the high steep-rock wall of the hidden clearing, and with the animals walking around grassing.
It was the perfect day to go outside. Well, it would have been. Unfortunately, the girl locked inside the valley's large Tower was never allowed outside. It was dangerous - that's what her mother always had told her. Ever since she was born, she had been special. Special by that meant that she, Rapunzel Corona Golde, was blessed with the Sun's Gift to heal the injured with her hair. Not only that, but it could also turn yourself younger. Which was why the little eleven-year-old - with the longest golden hair people would ever see - was imprisoned in her ow
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The Big Four and the School of Magic
Chapter 1 - The Acceptance Letters
A Letter for a Snow Child
The summer heat was ripping into Jackson Frost Overland like a savage beast. It made his steps slow as he wandered the well-known route home. The boy sighed wistfully as he thought of the joys of skidding along the frozen paths in November, the snowball fights in December and the everlasting days of ice skating at the Lake hidden deeply in the woods.
"Only four months to go." Jack muttered bitterly, releasing a nervous, short, laugh that was caught in his dry throat.
Although he had enjoyed visiting his friend, Jack had hoped that delaying his return home until later in the evening would have saved him from the blistering heatwave that had been ravishing Burgess for over a week. Dogs sprawled lazily on porches, their sides heaving in
A Tale of Flynnigan Rider Chapter 2 A Tale of Flynnigan RiderA Tale of Flynnigan Rider Chapter 2 by Whytegriffin
Eugene trembled, trying to keep from shaking in the cold dark. Even shivering hurt too much for him to bear, but he couldn't stop it from happening. It had to be getting close to morning soon. All of this because Antoine, the master, had not gotten rid of him that day.
Maybe Kay was right. Maybe he should have gone. But no. Bobby was so young, and his parents had been gone for much less than a year. Master Antoine had had little time to abuse him as he had Eugene, and Eugene knew that they all deserved better.
His left side hurt and his foot was falling asleep, but he didn't want to move his arm again. He was lying on his dislocated shoulder just as Antoine had tossed him into the root cellar and it just took too much effort for him to move. He was so tired of hurting that he just wanted to die.
A shudder passed through him and he cried out when it moved his back. He could barely make the outline of the food in the c