Unlikely (Part Four)

Read this story from the beginning. Grant When Grant had first heard that tiny robots were everywhere, influencing our bodies and minds, he had nearly freaked out. He had been Sergeant Grant Dittersdorf then – Ditz to his friends –

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Unlikely (Part Four)

Read this story from the beginning. Joe If the events of the past few months had taught Joe anything, it was that you can’t hold on to the past. He knew it was time to get on with his life,

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Unlikely (Part Three)

Read this story from the beginning. Sam His driver had been nearly silent on their trip out of the city, shrugging off Sam’s few attempts at questions with vague answers. His only company had been the terrible country music pouring

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Unlikely (Part Two)

Read this story from the beginning. Joe Sitting in a coffee shop, Joe examined his watch and frowned. The gold monstrosity had been a retirement gift from the material sciences department when he had worked at the university. He had

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Unlikely (Part One)

Sam It had been two weeks since his encounter with Jacob Cutter and that woman, Hope, and Sam still couldn’t explain what had gotten into him. Sure, his unwavering ambition had gotten him into trouble in the past, but it

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Unhappy (Part Twelve)

Read this story from the beginning. Amanda When Penelope had run after that couple and their son, Sarah had explained about what each of them could do. She didn’t remember Penelope actually disappearing. To her, it was more like the

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Unhappy (Part Eleven)

Read this story from the beginning. Penelope “Hi, Bobby. I was just coming to find you, but I got a little sidetracked.” “Wait,” said Anne, “this is Penelope?” “A pleasure to finally meet you, Anne.” “How do you know my

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Unhappy (Part Ten)

Read this story from the beginning. Wesley First it was an invisible woman, then there was the mini-tornado, and now he had a talking dog to deal with. If this kept up, Wesley felt like he was going to wind

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Unhappy (Part Nine)

Read this story from the beginning. Penelope “Everything’s fine,” said the man. “The crate just fell over is all. Nobody’s hurt.” Some people nearby had come to investigate the noise, but Sarah’s boyfriend managed to deflect their curiosity. In a

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Unhappy (Part Eight)

Read this story from the beginning. Sophie There was the chemical smell of detergents from the clothes in the dresser and closet, as well as the bed sheets. The laundry must have been done recently. Bits of food stains stood

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