Driving a bus is nothing like driving a car, the vehicle was so big that turning sharply was out of the question. It was however heavy and didn't slow much when a monster or two got in the way, not that i was aiming for them they just got in the way. We sped along past people who were being violently violated by monsters, and past wreaked cars. I feared for a moment what version of the monster girl world had come through. One version the most we had to worry about was our sole leaving for heaven early. The other we would be consumed killed in the most stomach churning grotesque ways. Such as being forced into various digestive pools or bags to be slowly dissolved. So far I had only seen the lusty, pretty, girls of The Monster Girl encyclop…Read more >
“Max are you alright? Count to three.” I said keeping my voice calm.
“One, Two, Three, Two.” Max said. His voice two was level and calm.
“That’s not how you count to three dear.” The Mu-onna said softly putting a hand on his shoulder. I resisted the urge to kill her right there for touching him. Clearly we were speaking in code. He properly counted to three that meant there was danger. Then he said two that meant there was a second hostile. I needed to know where it was. I knew the only reason my brother wasn’t inside the Mu-onna was because I wasn’t threatening him I needed to keep it that way.
“Max… What time is it?” I asked. A very simple and easy to understand code. The number on the clock referred to the direction of the threat.
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The streets where chaos. All over the place where failed attempts of escape. I only caught glimpses of people struggling with the monsters. I noted no body’s but, there did seem to be far less people then there should have been. I took a right to fast and almost flipped the car. I had to go, if I took too long any number of things could corrupt my little brother. He was only 11 and as strong and clever as he was, he wouldn’t be able to handle a monster. I wasn’t sure I could, what if I met a monster that couldn’t be downed with a bullet?
An Amazoness stepped out into the middle of the road raising her weapon high. I gunned the engine gambling everything. I didn’t understand what happened exactly or why I lucked out again. Maybe she thought …Read more >
Even to this day people ask others around the fires, where were you when the world gave up on reality? When the world ended I was 18 and living at my mother’s still, I know ridiculous right? My brother and sister were off at school my mother was at work. I didn’t start college for another week so on the day they simply popped into existence I was at home mowing the lawn.
I guess in a way I was lucky. I lived in Florida no ware near any major cities, most of which turned immediately into demon realms the second the monsters came through. But Florida wasn’t the best place to be ether. I couldn’t hear a thing over my blasting head phones so it was a stroke of luck when I saw her reflection in the mirror.…Read more >
(Jay thought it would be a good idea to add this story to her book)
I had given up on love. Or rather seeing as how I never loved at all before my decision I simply denied myself the emotion. Being a commoner meant I had no real education but that did not mean I was dim like many of my ‘friends’. I observed people and how the interacted with one another learning things others simply didn't understand. I gained the ability to read people witch help me in my career as a solder. When I got old enough to be interested in women I started watching and observing people in love and discovered a startling secret. Of all the cases I had observed love always ended in a pain unbearable and yet survivable in one or more of the participants. Hoping to sa…Read more >