As a budding writer for far too long I'm hoping [insert current year] will be the year that I finally beat [insert current excuse] and get writing again.I've dabbled in screenplays, have a taste for the irreverent (as well as the irrelevant) but horror seems to be my chief muse. Still, let's see what else wants to come out.As long as it's not poetry - I'm really rubbish at poetry.(p.s. I really appreciate reviews - I love to know what you think of my stories, even if you didn't like them...)
What if you never knew your parents?
What if population control was the only way a society could survive?
What if it was all a lie...?
- Justin Cawthorne
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One based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
A quick read. Good concept but no real surprises.
I enjoyed the story, wish it were longer.
35 pages. Pro: Interesting dystopian short story about population control. Con: Some profanity that didn't add to the storyline. Very short, not lots of details on society or character's life as child or adult.
Very good story
I liked it, i wish it was longer,or had a sequel or somethin cause it was pretty good. It goes by pretty fast though. Still worth reading :3
This book was really good there were some grammar mistakes like spelling but aside from that i think he should write a seqeul for this book