"What the f@#$ing hell ?!"The protagonist Alice is reincarnated into the crappy game she make [Colour Of Flowers] where she puts all kind of death flags, abusive past, and all sort of cliché development as a mob character?!cheat, demon, and beast. Watch Alice as she change the whole scenario !
Annoyed at the Gods laziness, Chaos makes the decision to destroy the world we know as Earth. However, he does not only want to destroy it, Chaos wants the Gods to do it for him, then later suffer in their own pool of guilt...
Atunci cand esti si rau, dar esti si bine. Cand timpul parca sta in loc pentru tine, poate este rau, poate este si bine. Cu sufletul intins pe covor incerci sa traiesti, chiar daca simti ca mori. Cu puterile tale incerci sa te dezlegi din lanturile primejdioase ale vietii , arzand mai tare decat focul. Rezisti sau te pierzi in nebunie.
This is a story about a love that nobody thought should happen by there ending...the two are a girl named Yuki,and a boy or I should say wolf boy(no not a were wolf!) named Ty but likes to be called wolf...will these two find the love and power they need? Or will there ending stay the same?(made by the song)
Alexandre Dumas elaborated on the story in the novel The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later, the final installment of his D'Artagnan saga: here the prisoner is forced to wear an iron mask and is Louis XIV's identical twin. Dumas also presented a review of the popular theories about the prisoner extant in his time in the chapter "L'homme au masque de fer" in the sixth volume of his Crimes Célèbres.
the story of craziness, sadness and happiness starts here
This is available in the contributive common in almost every country, but USA. This is available on Amazon. It's available for free on many websites.The year 1984 has come and gone, but George Orwell's prophetic. nightmarish vision in 1949 of the world we were becoming is timelier than ever. 1984 is still the great modern classic of "negative utopia" -- A startling original and haunting novel that creates an imaginary world that is completely convincing. No one can deny the novel's hold on the imagination from the first sentence to the last four words. No one can deny the novel's hold on the imaginations of whole generations, or the power of its admonitions- a power that seems to grow, not lessen, with the passage of time.I want this also to act as a discussion over current issues, please keep this peaceful, and do not get arguments over opinions. I don't want this to become a book.
The first chance she gets, Corrine Whitman tries to escape from the man who abducted her. But when James catches her, she has to deal with his bizarre guilt trip. Doesn't she enjoy his company, the game nights, stimulating conversations? Doesn't she know how lucky she is to be taken by a caring man instead of a psycho? He tells her he can't live without her. He won't live without her.But Corrine has to get home to her father. So, she has a new tactic--earn James's trust and enjoy her new family--or at least pretend. If Corrine plays the game, she'll be given freedom to leave the house, just like other women she's met who were kidnapped. Corrine can't fathom how so many women and children are taken and live seemingly normal lives with their captors all across the country. But she can relate--she's one of them.Corrine plots the perfect escape. Yet, the more time she spends with James, the harder it is to leave. She knows she's suffering from Stockholm syndrome, but she is determined to save herself and the others.And if she escapes? Corrine knows no one has ever left alive-she has to be the first.(Cover graciously designed by @bluntpencils.)