Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Last Draconian 6: Elven Matters

Previous Chapter Illyana Fensen I could hear the lightning crack. I hated lightning, not being able to hear properly had always made me feel really helpless. Or was thunder the sound and lightning the bolts themselves? Michael had corrected me … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 136: Grieving Issues

  Paul sat with an elderly akumillian. “Doctor Albrecht,” she said. “It wasn’t your fault. You know that, right?” “I do understand that,” Paul stated. “But she was under my care. It was my responsibility to save her. I just… … Continue reading

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The Last Draconian 5: Armouring Up

Previous Chapter Illyana Fensen I always hated the academy meeting chamber. Something about it caused an echo and it was always hard for me to tell where people are as a result. There was also the scent, mildewy soil, it … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 135: Dolonis

Grace and Farah had never been to Dolonis. They were surprised by what they found. From the description, they were expecting a drab, sterile place, full of akumillians in lab coats with kind smiles. Instead, it was very colourful. The … Continue reading

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The Last Draconian 4: Illyana’s Familiar

Previous Chapter Illyana Fensen The carriage ride was bumpy, but not too bad. I could hear the horses’ hooves strike unevenly against the ground but they still managed to settle into a monotonous rhythm. Mother was with me. She’d insisted … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 134: The Trip to Dolonis

“Dolonis… Dolonis…” Farah muttered. “Found it! It’s a mourning planet.” “Mourning planet?” Grace asked. “What’s that supposed to mean?” “It looks like they have facilities designed to make you examine and come to terms with grief,” Farah answered. “In a … Continue reading

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