7 chapters / 9343 words

Approximately about 1 hour to read


Cassie can't remember her family, or her name, or anything beyond waking up in a stainless steel room, but she hears things others can't and knows things she shouldn't.

This was my attempt at a NaNoWriMo '10 piece. I did not hit the 50k goal (le sob), but I still liked the story, so... FIGMENT'D.

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about 7 years ago Emily Fox said:

absorbing, definitely fast-paced, mysterious but satisfying. i enjoyed it quite a lot. I haven't heard of NaNoWriMo, is that a contest?


about 7 years ago L.H. said:

In response to the previous comment, I think that the beginning works perfectly the way it is. To go farther, I think that because it is so fast-paced, it really draws the reader in.


about 7 years ago Stuart Bernholc said:

It's quite good. I like your description and use of sensory detail. The prose at the very beginning is a little less polished than the rest of it. This dissappears as you hit your stride.



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