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premise of tourdion (if I was a myth, would I be real?)

tourdion (n)
(from the french verb "tordre" / to twist)

Gabriel Peterson considers himself normal. He's got friends, somewhat of a girlfriend, goes to school and has a loving mother. He doesn't believe in religion, doesn't like to read, and doesn't watch too many movies. However everything changes on one April night when he is attacked by one of the Hounds of Hell, and saved by a strange girl named Felicity, from a organization called the Piper's Folk, the descendants of the original band of one hundred-thirty children who disappeared from the town of Hamlin a long time ago. Suddenly everything is turned upside down for him, and Gabriel finds himself introduced into a world where every myth is true, impossible structures are held together by anti-creation; people travel by mirrors, paradox architecture, smoke and metallic wings; but most of all, every god is real, especially the mysterious Pied Piper of Hamlin spoken of in only whispers after his disappearance ten years ago.

After meeting up with a man named Alexander, a exiled con-man living between the basis of mythology and reality, the trio sets out on a journey from a small town in the United States to the Denver Airport, and finally to the small town in Germany, with a very dark secret - Hamlin. There have been rumors however, whispers that concern Gabriel and a prophecy about the apocalypse , and while Gabriel finds himself overwhelmed, he is also amazed at this new world where everything is much stranger, and different, a twisted reality made of smoke, ice, sound and fire and Gabriel must learn how to harness the magic of this world, and to understand his purpose in it, and in the coming storm.

But the hardest thing is not the monsters lurking in the shadows, nor the perpetual disasters waiting to happen to a world built by the insubstantial. No the hardest thing is believing in it all.
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31. no stranger it would be, when we meet at midnight in the hanging tree

Note: I have barely scraped the surface of the economy, treatment, and hardship of living under the Soviet Union. This is simply a thing that I wanted to write, after reading puddingcat 's entry about how some of the places mentioned in the Hunger Games series were similar to the KGB in Vilnius, Lithuania. I understand that I have left out A LOT of information, but please bare with me since this is just a comparing of Panem vs. Eastern European Satellites/Soviet Union.


If there are a factual errors I made, then feel free to note it as a comment. Or give your opinion, and stuff. 

are you, are you going to the hanging tree: discussion of the similaries between panem and eastern europe under the soviet union


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The Sorta-Anon Meme

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This is my favorite book in all the world, though I have never read it.
"Has it got any sports in it?"
"Fencing. Fighting. Torture. Poison. True love. Hate. Revenge. Giants. Hunters. Bad men. Good men. Beautifulest ladies. Snakes. Spiders. Beasts of all natures and descriptions. Pain. Death. Brave men. Coward men. Strongest men. Chases. Escapes. Lies. Truths. Passion. Miracles."
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