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  1. Brilliant! I can’t believe I read all that and still don’t know what makes a person Forbidden. Yeesh, talk about a cliffhanger! Did notice one tiny mistake: He packed me into a crate and took me abroad — but it didn’t break my immersion. I hope you enjoyed this enough to make something more out of it, as I feel it definitely warrants further attention.

    • Thanks for reading and enjoying it. You’re right, I didn’t realise about that. That’s what you get for trying to make the deadline. I might develop it a bit further, will leave it a bit and then see if I can punch it up. Thanks again!

  2. Rather mesmerizing narrative you have constructed. I actually cast myself into the story. Well done. Definitely need to know how the character eludes the coming security checks. Not to mention what awaits upon arrival.

  3. Aww, it’s a sad and poignant tale. So many people are taken in by homeopathy and “alternative” medicines. As a qualified remedial massage therapist, I know for a fact that some alternative therapies can be very beneficial, but when drugs are needed, no amount of crystal-wearing is going to help.

  4. Self-publishing should be labeled as such. Some people do believe in gate keepers, so there should be an easy way to filter out those who have not gone through the gate keepers.

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