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Here be monsters

2800 words. First-person. Fantasy.

“Curiosity is a sin, and sinners burn in hell.” Elder Parson’s weak-voiced words are not a threat, or a promise, but a warning, wavering like notes from a reed flute on the winter wind. I’ve been caught again, looking at the world beyond the wall.
ebook, 6 pages
Published October 2nd 2011 by http://www.bettiesharpe.com/free-reads/ (first published February 2008)
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