Project Oddity: The Psychological Tragedy

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iUniverse, 2010 - Fiction - 144 pages
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She told him that pain was something all men must endure deep inside. It bothered Chase greatly. As a young boy, the fortune teller told him that he would someday grow to be the strongest member of the Oddity. When that day comes, he will kill his own father. Chase was much too young to recall this event. But Reece Vega, the father of Chase, received the news with such devastating seriousness. He loved his child no more and resentment deepened with the passing of time. A gunman comes one day to claim the life of the child. Rosaria pushes her beloved son out of harm's way, and the bullet enters her heart. Reece blames his son for the death of his precious wife and abandons the 9-year-old boy. With no family to turn to, Chase spends his entire life searching for his dead.
 

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Contents

PROLOUGE
1
Chapter One The Bitter End
4
Chapter Two Synthetic Life
9
Chapter Three Revenge
13
Chapter Four Harm of Will
16
Chapter Five Revealing a Bitter End
19
Chapter Six Oracles Gift
24
Chapter Seven Love is Destructive
27
Chapter Two The Juveniles
55
Chapter Three To the rescue
58
Chapter Four Unwelcomed guest
64
Chapter Five I want you to hate me
71
Chapter Six The perfect Lie
78
Chapter Seven My Opposite Hand
85
Chapter Eight The Final Boss
92
dreams of a mad man
100

Chapter Eight Belly of the Beast
34
Chapter Nine The Great Destroyer
41
Chapter Ten Regret
44
Chase Vega
49
Chapter Ten Clash of the Titans
111
Chapter Eleven Eternal Devastation
130
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I began writing this book when I was just 11 years old. I wanted to be a superhero, like all children do. But as I grew older I became painfully aware of the world's unbalance and misfortune, And The contents of this once childish fantasy blackened. Writing this book was the most difficult and lonely thing that I ever had to do. No one believed in me... but I felt like the world deserved to hear this story. If I can make even a handful of people read my story-- If I can take them away from their misfortunes for just a moment then I'd feel like my childhood dream of being a superhero would be realized.

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