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What Is Your Pizza by Josh Lockamy

Dystopia and extra sauce

WIYP is a story written blog-style from the point of view of a person experiencing the shift of his country into Orwellian dystopia. Written during the decline, exploring how it could happen more than what the after-effects would be like. . . .

An abandoned blogfic.
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Spoils of War by Elenia Turner

When Andromeda was twelve, her town was attacked.
 When Andromeda was thirteen, she started to build her army.
 When Andromeda was fourteen, she got control of her town. Now, a decade later, her town is under attack once again, and this time she will defend it. . . .

An abandoned novel.
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THE UNBROKEN CHAOS

Not Buying It

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Apr 28, 2013: While reading The Unbroken Chaos, I could see that this author has a good imagination and probably watches a lot of anime, two things I can most definitely connect with. There are a number of interesting ideas in the story, and the plot has a lot of action to it. However, I couldn’t really get into the story myself, due to the fact that I found it unbelievable enough that I just couldn’t relate to it.

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CHOSEN SHACKLES

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By SovereignofAshes, author of The Vorrgistadt Saga

May 6, 2018: Disclaimer: This review was done as part of a review swap.

First Impressions: Imagine yourself crawling through the streets of Shinjuku City at three in the morning. It’s raining cats and dogs, you’ve been cooped up in a coffin apartment for two days watching the likes of Blade Runner, Mute, Altered Carbon, Johnny Mnemonic, and Dark City. You have your music player blaring a selection of vaporwave and retrosynth as you emerge bleary-eyed and hungry into the shining neon lights of [more . . .]

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