The Weapon of The Kara (Web Novel) Chapter 5

Chapter Five: The Six

“And now we return to Star Hunters: The Journey of Astronomers!” announced a woman on the television.

Adam and Luke were sitting on the couch in Cara’s living room. Cara had invited everyone to her house so they could decide what they wanted to do. Adam and Luke had arrived first, so Cara invited them to watch T.V. while she took a shower and got ready.

“What’s an astronomer?” Luke asked.

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The Weapon of The Kara (Web Novel) Chapter 4

Chapter Four: The Alpha Academy

John look out of the car window as they drove past the gates and into the Alpha Academy. Unlike the Library Complex, which had been hidden underground, the Alpha Academy was a series of large mansions in the middle of a private estate. John didn’t know anything about the place, so he wondered if this was a private school for the wealthy that didn’t need to be hidden.

The car pulled up to the gates and two Alpha Group members opened the door for John. They led him up the path, decorated with beautiful flower gardens, to the large central mansion. They unlocked the door and gestured for John to walk inside. He did so and the two Alpha Group members closed and locked the door, leaving him alone inside.

John knew that he wasn’t truly alone and suspected that someone would arrive shortly to explain his new living arrangements. He sat down on a bench in the lavish foyer of the main building while waiting for this to occur.

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The Weapon of The Kara (Web Novel) Chapter 3

Chapter Three: Communications

“You’ll be transferred somewhere more comfortable in a few hours, so I want to talk to you now while I have the chance,” James Radcliffe said.

This leader of the Alpha Group was sitting in a small conference room with John. After the events in the Arcane Sphere, Radcliffe had personally escorted John out of the Arcane Sphere through a different exit. John soon learned there was another Alpha Group facility connected to the sphere opposite the one they had abandoned previously.

John had willingly followed Radcliffe, but when he was informed that he would not be returning to Greyville he tried to fight back and escape. And that was why he was now handcuffed to the table.

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The Weapon of The Kara (Web Novel) Chapter 2

April 18th, 2011

Chapter Two: Great Library

Reyskaw interrupted the reconstruction by asking: ‘so, what do you think everyone?’.

Diana, Reyskaw, Nero, Alan and Trixie were gathered in the new viewing chamber. The walls were white and gold and bright sunlight poured in through windows high above.

After the events in the Arcane Sphere, Reyskaw had spent time reconstructing the Great Library and improving it. The Great Library would serve as everyone’s home, so it was necessary to change the prison-like environment to a more friendly one. The old and dark wooden viewing chamber was out and the new spacious and bright viewing chamber was in.

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The Weapon of The Kara (Web Novel) Chapter 1

April 17th, 2011

Cara gently awoke to the sound of her phone buzzing. Her hand automatically reached down and grabbed the phone off her bedside table. She brought it close to her face and opened her eyes. Even with her fuzzy vision, she could see that Tracy had texted her.

“Sleeping in today?”

Cara stared at those lines as her mind slowly woke up. Realizing what she had forgotten, she jumped up and ran to the window. The sky was clear and bright sunlight was shining down After seeing this, she checked both her phone and her clock and confirmed it was already past noon.

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Writing Update: May 2017 Edition

Last week, I became inspired by the idea of releasing the rest of The Library Complex on one day for an exciting fast-paced finale. And so that’s what I did. With Book One now concluded, I’m sure you can guess what will begin this week.

Book Two: The Weapon of The Kara begins weekly serialization this Friday!

Then, on the 31st, Shadow Puppet Mysteries 3 will be released.

I’m still diligently working on Cronus Collection as well. The story is hovering around 40,000 words right now which makes it about as long as most of my books, but there are still many months to go so I anticipate ending up at about 60,000 words before all is said and done. I would like to write as much as possible, but my current feeling is that the story will be concluded around there. As time goes on, I’ll be able to provide a more accurate estimate of the size of the book.