Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. Sexually explicit content. MF.
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Four full-length plays by one of the greatest dramatists Europe has produced. Among the great figures who pioneered the modern movement in world literature, none showed himself more versatile than France's Jean Cocteau. Poet, novelist, critic, artist, actor, film-maker, Cocteau was also one of the greatest dramatists Europe has produced, with over…
In book one of A Quest for New Earth: The life you know now doesn’t apply in my future. Name is Vlad. Yup, Vlad.
I wish I could tell you bright happy and cheerful things about how awesome the future is. A few things stand out and are great but not many. What happened you ask? Well, that is where things get interesting. A great cataclysm hit and the planet that once was is no more.
The face of the earth isn’t as it once was, and I mean at all.
See I live, well I should say, we live underground in a little slice of heaven called After Lando. Such a wonderful place it is. Yup, that’s sarcasm. Don’t worry I wield it well. Everyone just grinds through their days down here. There is no real great joy or happiness to be gained here.
Life would be a bit better if I didn’t have to deal with a Mayor who hates me, forcing me out on long range patrols. I’m the one who gets to go out and see what is happening in the tunnels around our burg. I have to keep an eye out for the aliens that appeared on earth when the world got dumped on its butt.
I just want to have a normal life. Ya know, sunshine, carefree living, and a maybe even a girlfriend.
Well, it hasn’t happened so far, but we never know what the future will bring, do we?