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The Curse of the Older Brother

Older brothers are meant to be protectors, role models and built in friends. For a lot of protagonists this is the case (or not the case for the many orphans across the fictional spectrum) just look at Oliver Queen (Arrow), Dean Winchester (Supernatural), or Bellamy Blake (The 100). 556 more words


Chapter 1

Two sisters. Two curly heads peeking through the gap in the fence at twilight. Two sets of eyes, one green, one grey, scanning the abandoned lot for signs of danger. 1,071 more words

Bethany Carlson


I don’t care if I pass your test, I don’t care if I follow your rules. If you can cheat, so can I. I won’t let you beat me unfairly – I’ll beat you unfairly first. 7 more words


Science Fiction Today - Overpopulation

Overpopulation continues to be a point of discussion in the world at large and is usually a part of whatever future is being told in a Science Fiction story. 577 more words

Science Fiction

Science Fiction Today - News

Much like there’s a lot of thought that libraries might be a thing of the past, so too does it seem that traditional news might be a thing of the past. 476 more words

Science Fiction

The next invasion is imminent: Ender's Game [2013]

Ender’s Game movie takes place into a world in which humanity is recovering from the terrible war with an alien race of insects. After a joyless victory, a new invasion is imminent. 505 more words


Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

What I loved the most about this book is that it does, as Card said was his intention, challenge the readers perception of reality. I scanned through the lives of the children I love and couldn’t imagine them being able to accomplish the sort of things Ender and his peers did. 39 more words

Young Adult