Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 71: The Other Side Part 3

After breaking into a high security room onboard the Floating Asylum, (see The Other Side Parts One and TwoAbouna Panak and Heyem Merek, race to retrieve proof of an Amanojuko takeover plan. (Note: Back on Christmas Island, the resistance includes (Alexand MerekInajda Rekaya, Juba Apfvarzian, Jarad Vijay, Anesidor Sumian and Toreth Rek-cho.) (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea, and Christmas Island, Australia. (4003)
Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea, and Christmas Island, Australia. (4003)

25 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 71: The Other Side Part 3

    1. Hi Kenny, thanks for taking the time to read, I hope it’ll become clearer in the next few issues? Glad you like this longer story form. There’s a few more issues in this thread, and then I return to some shorter stories. Cheryl

  1. We stumble upon many websites, blogs and articles on our daily journey through cyberspace. Every now and then you land on gem – something special that makes you go “WOW” and it draws you in immediately. That is not easy to achieve – but my dear Cheryl you are that person, this is one of those blogs!! – Love the style, the images, and way you communicate.

    You have a genre of your own I think – very creative. Well done and thanks

  2. Hi Cheryl! Things are really hotting up! Looking forward to next week’s issue. By the way, I love the tech in your stories – it seems effortlessly woven into the fabric of your world, just as it is in ours. And Abouna is such an interesting character – there’s real depth here.

    1. Hi Richard, thank you! Their world is as real to me as this one (or more real maybe) so I’m glad the technology translates smoothly. I’m glad to finally get the opportunity to introduce Abouna Panak to you in more depth as he is one of the fundamental characters which binds the world together, in the novels that is. He’s very complicated to me too, and I’m still trying to work him out. Having known him for a good few decades of my own life, he’s a tricky character to fathom.

    1. Hi Shehanne, glad you like it 😀 I wish I could post this series one after the next, as that was a thought before I started this, although I’d probably give myself an RSI trying to draw the whole lot in one go, (which is why I decided to post them each week) I wish I could draw faster though! Thanks for reading, as always it’s very much appreciated. Cheryl

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