Stronger

Stronger

11 chapters / 5797 words

Approximately 29 minutes to read

Description:

13-year-old Perry has decided he's sick of being weak, but just how far will he go to gain the strength he's looking for?
WARNING: Serious self harm trigger warning, abusive parents, unhealthy self image, Jesus this is bad. On top of that, the self harm description is really really bad and if I ever start feeling better I might rewrite it
(Part 1 ~ 15 minutes)
(Part 2 ~ 15 minutes)
(Part 3 still needs edited!!!)
(Each chapter is, on average, 3 minutes)

Genres:

Adventure, Novel, Drama

Comments(115)

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over 4 years ago Davina Huntwork said:

This isn't done, right?

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over 5 years ago Gabrielle Hyde said:

Relateable. I only got through chapter 2, due to time restrictions, but from what I read, especially the first chapter, Perry is very troubled, and you could feel the anger and pain he endured when hitting the tree trunk. Great work!

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over 5 years ago Ryanne Kap said:

Perry is a very troubled character, but also shares some interesting and relatable thoughts. Very well done!

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over 4 years ago Little Amy said:

Ahh. I am in love with this story. It is really amazing, and i really like how much Monday cares for Peryy. It's a cute brotherly relationship. And poor Perry. His parents just left without warning, and then all of a sudden father comes and beats him up. My god, please write more! This is absolutly amazing!!!!!

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almost 6 years ago Miranda Foley said:

Okay, I've read the first six or seven chapters and *I am in love*! This is just such a heartbreaking story! I just want to take Perry home with me and hold him! I think you did an amazing job at creating his story, and I will definitely continue to read this. There was one thing that I thought was kind of weird, and that is the following: Perry is always trying to make himself tougher, and yet when the thunderstorm comes, he curls up and is so afraid he can't move. And he begins to break down when he hears Monday talk about his parents. I'm glad it's in there though, because I think it adds to the effect of the story. It shows that even though Perry is making himself out to be this tough, no pain kind of guy, he's broken and worn inside. I absolutely loved it!