Georges De Somme lost his youngest daughter, Lali, in a horrible accident, which he blamed his elder daughter, Katherine for. (See Katherine’s story Issue # 6) This is the night he left Katherine in a military correction facility, as punishment, and never returned. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
Month: December 2011
Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 26: There’s No Place Like Home
After accidentally killing their friend, Baio-Yujia Sun, (see issue # 25) Heyem, Alexand and Jarad must face the consequences. Heyem and Jarad have been sentenced to five years each and Alexand ten years in military correction. (The same institution Katherine De Somme, Inajda Rekaya and Abouna Panak are resident.) This story is set from Alexand’s perspective, for the first time since issue # 1: Alexand Merek. It marks the anniversary of Heyem and Alexand’s birth (on 2nd December.) The 2nd December holds significance to me and my family, which is why I’ve chosen to release two stories consecutively. (This is for you Dad.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 25: Baio-Yujia Sun
Alexand Merek, Jarad Vijay, Heyem Merek and Baio-Yujia Sun are all fifteen and are close friends. They left their home in China, to look for Inajda Rekaya, (Alexand and Heyem’s mother) in the hope she could give them some money for food, as there is a famine in their village. (Inajda sends her family most of her wages, but it isn’t enough) In order to get to India, (where Inajda’s military base is) the children stole an army tank. On the journey they did some bad things, and got a little distracted from their task. These events change their lives forever. (This is the first in a double release. Issue # 26 follows on the 2nd December, to mark some birth and death days.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.