You’d better have read the others.
Last time on the Week of Chaos, we showed you what it really means to be alone in a crowd and the fear that comes with being lost in darkness. Now, a new kind of fear will come into play…
In the future, the mind is sucject to the power and callous nature of those who “heal” it. What good is it to know the past? What past is there to know? Find out in Brandon Scott’s chilling yet satirical take on such issues…
…”Wartime Stories”. CLICK HERE to read.
And then, we go further down the rabbit hole. Follow a boy as he journies beyond time and space, only to find himself still a prisoner of such things. Ladies and gentlemen, without further delay…
…”Echoes”. CLICK HERE to read.
That’s everything. We can only go deeper from here. Until next time, this is the Fictionmonger reminding you to come back tomorrow for more.
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