Underground Chronicles: The Payment

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Jahphut, Oct 1, 2005 - Fiction - 217 pages
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Picture an even landscape of identical flat top buildings camouflaged by barren soil and broken sidewalks. A landscape filled with broken homes, drug infested corners, colorful liquor stores and hopeless dreams.Now envision this distinctive root, unique in development, breaking through cemented burdens of a fatherless home. Larnell is a 16 year old high school student, reincarnated from 100 years of historical influences.Larnell embraces his interest in war and politics, and uses his uniqueness and talent to learn the street code to gain access in the underground world. Larnell wants his cousin Julius to sponsor his start-up kit to the business of the drug trade. Julius is hesitant to accept his proposal...but soon, the opportunity will present itself. Larnell is slowly presented with the dos and don'ts of the trade and is welcomed into the fraternity, and soon his financial worries become obsolete.Terror sneaks in and tensions are sparked when Larnells prediction of rivalry wipe away the lives and security of his family and friends. Larnell is pumped with thoughts of wreaking payment to ignorant crew members who slither into his world and create havoc in his life.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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