Memory In Pieces

September 14, 2012
By Anonymous

Summary:

Toren Felthar can only remember his name after waking up from a five month coma. Who he is, what he did, he can't remember and it's only by instinct that he does what he does.
Then he meets a man who tells him his true identity; the dreaded Nightshade, a hunter with a large price on his head. He finds that as a hunter, his first and foremost duty is to the GunBlade, his boss. But as he carries out the GunBlade's mysterious agenda and dodges Officer Carlton, he starts questioning who he really is and what actually happened in the shooting the landed him in the coma in the first place. But he soon finds that it's a very fine line to walk and he could end up in a lot more trouble with a lot more people. Is the loss of memory better than remembering?


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on Sep. 20 2012 at 6:09 am
Vagabond SILVER, New Delhi, Other
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Favorite Quote:
Every end is a new beginning;
What a caterpillar calls an end the rest of the world calls a butterfly;
"Begining are normally sacary endings are normally sad,
it's in the middle which makes life worth living"

Aamaaazzzingg!! Read my story "A new era" and send me your feedback!! Keep writing!!


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