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Books, Movies & Music community novel chapter 18

Read the Community Novel: Chapter 18 by Marla Holt

Just discovered us? Start reading with chapter 1 please! The SUV pulled up to the state capitol building just after nightfall. The full moon illuminated the Ad Astra statue atop the dome in a cosmic taunt: Why didn’t you put the pieces together sooner? After standing guard over the capitol building for nearly ten years, […]

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