Shadows of the Moon_Prologue
In my one inch thick secret diary I have my entire life. It talks about the good times and the bad times, the time I first got my boy crush, and the first time I stoleand then apologized because I felt sorry for what I did But describing my secret diary this way makes it sound like a very normal one.
My secret diary is full of indescribable, angry words saying things like, 'I hate my sister' or 'fuck this life. I want to end it.' My secret diary isn't your typical school-girl secret diary... It's verbal hell.
My life isn't normal either. If I were to describe my life to an ordinary passer-by, he'd either laugh his head off, thinking I'm a complete nutcase, or he'd immediately call the cops, saying I'm a crazy girl with problems who needs locking up.
But you really want to know about my life story?
I'll tell you about it, just don't walk away after reading only two li
Shadows of the Moon_Dedication
This book is
dedicated to my best friends
Alex & Molly McElhinney.
Thanks for making my life a
whole lot better, girls =]
Also, I'd like to thank
my parents for the effort
they put into making me who I am.
Love yous xxx
This is the adventurous life I
imagined I'd have if the world
were to have every legendary
Chapter One: Nahyl
Fan fiction: Sequel to Dragon Age II.
The rouge warrior was very tired and needed rest. Nahyl sat down on a bundle of rocks. She was miles away from Kirkwall and from there, she still had a long way to go before reaching the others. He solemn duty was the one only the best of her clan could do: reunite the Champion with all her companions, and bring them to Kalahaar, her village. Nahyl just couldn't understand why they chose her. She stood up and walked over to the river stream. She watched as the water was running violently, tossing and turning, splashing and slapping the small bulging rocks in the middle of the chaos. Nahyl sighed and bent over her fast-rippling reflection and gathered some water in her hands, then splashed it on her face. The breeze on her visage made the splash feel colder than it was. When she felt her skin drying up immediately, she threw another splash on what used to be her smiling face.
Nahyl had originally left Kalahaar with thre