Other Access: Part Three

Pyrel turned on his rickety, old computer and waited for the logo of the Collective to disappear. He executed a script that disconnected his computer from the grid. Suspicious keywords were tracked over the network and the guards would be at his place in a few minutes if they found out.… Read more>

Other Access: Part Two

75 years ago ‘You put your faith in me. You chose me from the darkness, you gave this country the hope it deserved and allowed me to lead you. Today, ten long years have passed my friends. Ten long years since you chose me.’ Gerog Brylich paused.… Read more>
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Other Access: Part One

‘It’s called other access. I’ll show you on Thursday. Don’t tell anyone,’ Sirek had said. Sirek had been acting weird for a few weeks. He would forget his assignments, come late to the Education Center, and get irritated for no reason.… Read more>
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The final flight

Standing at the edge of the flight deck, the shimbu-tai, or Special Attack Unit insignia on my arm listened against the rising sun as the cool morning breeze almost swept away my side cap. Frantic in motion, I stopped it from flying into the sunrise; losing it was a sign of death at the hands of the enemy.… Read more>
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Kinni was narrating the story of a movie she had recently watched, “And you know Minu, when they saw each other, they immediately knew that they were brothers … even though they met each other after 20 years!”“But Kinni,” I said, “the younger brother was just a year old when they parted.… Read more>
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Downsides of Downpours

When I used to walk to my school, I thought anyone on the road using any sort of transport was being annoying. When I started riding a bicycle to the school, I thought anyone on the road using any sort of transport including the pedestrians but me (of course) was annoying.… Read more>