Marysvale by Jared Southwick

By Jared Southwick

An action-packed tale jam-packed with monsters and tyrants, heroes and heroines.

John Casey was once ten years previous whilst his mom used to be murdered...and ten while his father concealed the reality from him. with out that wisdom, he has no concept of the enemies that lie in wait.

Now grown up, John lives a solitary existence, in a global enslaved by means of lack of knowledge and superstition, whilst an individual strange is handled with mistrust or even killed...and John has a few very strange presents. whilst he's accused of witchcraft, John does the ony factor he is ever performed - Run! that's, till he meets Jane, who lives within the bleak, imprisoned city of Marysvale. lifestyles outdoor the security of the city partitions capacity definite dying from the brutal monsters that hunt there. even though, lifestyles inside of, less than the rule of thumb of a tyrannical chief, potential no existence at all.

As the affection among John and Jane grows, the hazards of Marysvale spread; and for the 1st time in his existence, John discovers that there's whatever worthy loss of life for.

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His long, black robe flapped angrily behind him. Pretending like nothing in the world was wrong, I said, “Good day, Mr. Martin. ” He glared at his wife, who raised her hands as if to ward off an attack. “I’ll deal with you later,” he hissed. ” “Well…” I said, but caught Mrs. Martin shake her head slightly. Mr. Martin caught it too, and this infuriated him even more. He swung a fist at me. It seemed to take forever for the blow to connect; everything moved so slowly. Even more amazingly, my body didn’t seem to be locked within the same slowness as the world around me.

The morning sun began to burn off some of the cold and felt quite good. Drowsiness crept over me as we slowly made our way to the governor’s farm. ” asked Thomas, pulling me from my sleepy state. “I’m not sure,” I replied. “I didn’t bother asking. ” “Maybe the cow is waiting for us in the barn,” Thomas suggested hopefully. ” Leaving a sick animal out in the open was asking for wolves to take it. Thomas already knew that, as did anyone who cared for livestock. ” I raised an eyebrow. ” “Him says it about Governor Potts all the time,” said Thomas defensively.

He turned and left for the smithery, where the forge still blazed. I slid into a chair, which was surprisingly more comfortable than it looked, stared at the empty fireplace, and waited in glum silence. After a few moments, Mr. Shepherd returned. ” He poked and prodded. I winced a few times as he touched some tender spots. I liked Mr. Shepherd; he had a good heart. He had always been friendly and seemed to genuinely care about me. Of course, anyone new to a small town generates some interest at first, but his never died—nor did it waver for any of his friends.

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