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Emerald Heights by Terry McGinn

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Once a shipping and rail mecca, this little big city has seen itself reinvented time and again. Located on the shore of the Massachusetts coast, Emerald Heights is in the midst of a boom. The Story of Emerald Heights tells the tale of struggle between legacy and power, loyalty and opportunity; of families united, families divided, conquered and rejoined. . . .

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Boy Scouts ½ by Matthew Atanian

The misadventures of a group of Boy Scouts who had the misfortune to visit the training ground of cursed springs, Jusenkyo!

Inspired by Takahashi Rumiko’s Ranma ½, Boy Scouts ½ follows of a group of Boy Scouts from Massachusetts who suffer from similar curses that change their forms when they get wet. They try to hide their curses from their fellows while going on various misadventures including avoiding swim tests at summer camp, meeting some interesting Girl Scouts, dealing with shadowy . . .

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ConstantChaotic by Q

Your best friend is destined to destroy your country. And I was sent to kill her.

In the world of Gaia, people have Resonance Souls. These souls grant them special powers. But some of these powers are feared. The ones of most relevance are The Prophecies, which consist of The Phoenix and The Soul Stealer. These Resonants are so strong that factions exist to try to stop them from destroying the world. In a . . .

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A Life in the Day of Germaine

By Drew Daniels, editor

Aug 23, 2008: Note: I have yet to read the whole serial due, not to the content of the site, but my own time constraints. As such I will more than likely re-vamp this at some point in the near-distant.

The Germain Truth is a story told from the perspective of several different people. Don’t let this deter some of you however, as the layout of the site allows you to pick and choose the narrator that you wish to hear from.

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No Cats Were Harmed in the Making of This Review

By Ziggy, member

Aug 30, 2009: Opener: Funny. No more really need be said. I mean sure you have your romance and your supernatural but what really stands out for me is the humour. I love two of the three characters with steady point of views. Briar and Lilith. You’ve got a snarky, lazy and all around hilarious spellcaster with a rather unhealthy like of getting even. Then there’s the not so sex crazed sex demon, trying to hide from what she is behind a severe secretary like image (and failing quite abysmally I might add.). [more . . .]

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