Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Blogiversary Week Day 2 -- Post 2

Next up....... Cody Alan Reel

Daisy-McFairy is a perfect, quaint little town. The epitome of harmony and paradise.
But a nearby hospital is looking to change that. A hospital whose workers only know death and destruction.
Will the perfect status quo win out because it is in fact perfect? Or will the powerful darkness consume all into oblivion?

 I've always been terrified of bees. But even I never could have imagined this.
I've never seen so many bees in my life, and they appear to be on a mission. A mission that isn't natural to them.
My cousin Walter and I attempt to find out why these are popping up all over the neighborhood, and why so many swarms are flying in different directions all at once.  Is this mother nature, or the orchestration of a madman?

Does a person's actions dictate the consequences, or does their intent?
Frank and Bob are both accused of the same crime: child molestation. Frank, a childhood victim who is stuck with his childlike mind, and Bob, a typical psychopath.
Are Frank and Bob as guilty as one another for their crimes, as the society in which they live in suggests, or is there more to the story and more to be taught besides rushed convictions and sensationalized crimes that don't attempt to discover the truth?

Jack Delanger is a man that gets what he wants. And what he wants is sexual violence. He tries to maintain a "normal" profile by owning a couple of businesses like a "normal" person would, but biting off more than he can chew has left his trail back to him, and how he's being confronted face-to-face for the first time.
Matt Ginner and his father, Johnson, also have to come face-to-face with their own demons: Matt's blind optimism and Johnson's low self-esteem.
Who will conquer their demons, and what, if anything, can stop Jack from terrorizing Manic?

 They say the freaks come out at night.
But so do the thieves, rapists, and murderers.
What happens when there is no light? A group of children fight to defend their innocence, and fight a battle within themselves. A battle between remaining innocent or growing up and giving in to the desires that only the power of being an adult can create.

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