Another Music In A Different KitchenThe story of a man coming to terms with changes in his life — shifts in his marriage, deaths in the family, the slow changes in his body as he grows older — and most saliently the recent death of one of his children; his path is aided and mirror by events from his childhood, threaded to the present by the music that his mother used to play as she worked in the kitchen. Dreamhold
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Avatar Sakaki Ignore catAn inventor discovers the technology to record and replay dreams, and markets it under the brand name "Dreamhold". However, this innovation's sale is soon banned after hackers reverse engineer it's programming to allow it to read others dreams from great distances, creating a major security issue that could potentially let out classified secrets via the dreams of government officials. Hannah Moider is a lucid dreamer who is hired by the CIA to plant false positives into the readings of terrorist organisations "Dreamholders", but as she explores the world of this technology further she discovers something. By chanting the a pell she found in an ancient book at the back of the library ("Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A") before she falls asleep, Hannah discovers she can allow her lucid consciousness to enter the workings of the "Dreamhold" machine itself, and from there, the internet and the technological world as a whole. Snivillisation
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A guy who wants to be introduced to another guy has to help this other guy who's trying to sell a poor ripoff of the videogame Civilization. Devilution
Writer's Welcome WagonOne of the most depraved criminal masterminds in the world find himself morphing into a monster. He desperately searches for a way, with both wealth and bloodshed, to revert this change before he becomes a demon—literally. * Unwind
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Joe has been under a lot of stress lately: work is terrible, his marriage has resently fallen apart. He just needs to get away from it all. Yet somehow the universe seems to conspire against Joe. His car breaks down, he misses his train, he loses his left shoe, and gets caught in the rain. Will Joe ever get his chance to unwind? The Scarlet Letter
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Nanako The NarcfaceA man receives a bloodied letter telling him of his untimely death from someone he doesn't know, and seeks out to find out who sent it to him... It soon becomes one of those "in your attempt to escape death, you actually come across it" stories. The Great Gatsby
edited 15th Feb '13 6:49:56 PM by Psyga315
"An MMORPG without a logout button? That's a bold decision, man!"
The tail of a small time magician trying to make it big. Is he willing to make a deal with the devil to make his dreams of faime and fortune come true? The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
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Eye'm the cutest!A trio of sisters go on a trip gallivanting across Europe. They are also animate pairs of pants. The creators deny they were on drugs making this. Free Bird
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Endless Conflict: Every war ends in time, even supposedly this one.
& On some boat, a bird finds a pair of pants and fashions it into a nest— a very comfortable nest. The boat travels to many places, and the bird gets to talk with other birds and creatures who come to rest in her denim nest. TheWorldGodOnlyKnows
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Nanako The NarcfaceGod has created a secret world built within the Earth known as Eden, and it takes until now for Humanity to discover it. God isn't too pleased. The Monty Python's Holy Grail of Talking Animal cartoons. It deals with an animated bird who flies away from his captor, a blind girl, and flies across the world, encountering misfortune through out the book. It is often quoted because of its good jokes and humor towards other cartoon movies of the same era, one of which is the main character shouting out, "DON'T YOU DARE EXPLAIN YOUR MOTIVE IN SONG! PLEASE! I SUFFERED THROUGH A BIG MUSICAL NUMBER JUST FIVE SECONDS AGO!" The Catcher in the Rye
edited 15th Feb '13 8:11:45 PM by Psyga315
"An MMORPG without a logout button? That's a bold decision, man!"
Dr. Marten Bird was wrongly convicted of killing a Senator's wife and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. This is the story of his lawyers 10 year struggle to clear him, in the midst of much police corruption and political intrigue. A documentary about places on earth never before seen by man, such as the deepest reaches of the rainforest and the deepest depths of the ocean. Field of Dreams for a new generation. A Fish Called Wanda
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Tolkien freakChildren's story about a fish who becomes a mermaid The Hobbit
The road goes ever on. -Tolkien
The odd tale of a Horse who thinks he is a Rabbit. The Wind in the Willows
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The world goes wild upon learning that the next Grand Race will take place in the Willows, also known as the "Pilot's Graveyard", a place full of strange rock formations, turbulent winds and flocks of wyrmbirds. Two girls decide this is the perfect opportunity to leave their names in the history books: "The Grand Race Champions who conquered the Willows!" What The Duck
Avatar Sakaki Ignore catThe charming, wholesome tale of a duck named What as he struggles to find his parents and discover why they called him What. More Songs About Buildings And Food
A group of refugees, who have had their way of life and homeland destroyed, find themselves in a prisoner of war camp. While there, they compose songs and poems about their beloved homeland and the traditions they remember, and all of the places they miss. Years and years later after these people have been incorporated into the dominant culture several handwritten collections of the songs and poems are discovered and translated into the local language. Unfortunately it tended toward "Blind Idiot" Translation . Hope Floats
Hope floats, the king of floats! Their white, fluffy cream topping is positively divine! And a couple of guys find out just how literal the name "hope float" is... Ever Decreasing Circles
A scientist creates a device that allows him to travel to other worlds. His first few trips are awe-inspiring, showing him places that seem impossible, incredible. He might stay longer in each, but the device has a... quirk: it cannot be turned off, indeed, attempting to do so would catastrophically collapse whatever world the user were inhabiting at the time. Further, the device automatically activates once it charges sufficiently, and is keyed to the scientist's biometrics, forcing our scientist into each new world. At first this doesn't seem too bad: our scientist's work predicts an infinite number of worlds, so he could presumably keep going for the rest of his life. What will happen once he dies is something that he dares not think further on. But another problem rears its head. With each new world, he seems to see in the night sky fewer stars. Of course, the inhabitants of each world don't see anything out of the ordinary: things are as they have always been for those that live there. Eventually he finds himself near enough to a researcher in astronomy to get a meeting before his next departure, and learns that, in this world, the estimated size of the universe is far, far smaller than in ours. Our scientist makes a leap of logic, and realises the reason for the diminishing stars: each world is smaller than the last. Over the next few worlds, he gathers more data, performs the relevant calculations, and finds a terrible truth: in only five more jumps the world will be only the size of the solar system. On the sixth, there will be no space for both Sun and Earth... The Shining Force
Your vanilla hero versus villain story: a being of light fighting against the forces of darkness. X For The Ear
The title refers to a brand used to mark slaves. It is the story about how brander let one young girl go unmarked and how she escaped and learned to live as a normal person and eventually leads a slave rebellion. Where The Heart Is
A dark short story in the manner of Poe, dealing with a man beset by supernatural terrors inflicted upon him by the spirit of a distant ancestor. Consultation with a psychic reveals that all of that ancestor's remains were burned to prevent his return, but that one part was missed: his heart. All that the psychic can say on the location of the heart, however, is that it lies in the family home. Our protagonist, harried by increasingly powerful and frightening apparitions and menaces, now searches his ancestral home — a sprawling mansion — for the hidden place of the heart, guided only by the faint whispering moan that emanates from it... Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers
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The Harbinger of StrangeAn ancient coven of vampires faces a schism. On one side is the older generation of vampires, ones who were turned up to several thousand years ago and have a powerful attachment to tradition and their notions of "pure"-blooded vampirism; on the other is the younger generation, being only a few decades or a century old, which sees the elders' reluctance to move forward as spelling doom for vampire-kind. The young vampires want to turn people and bring more vampires into the clan, but the elders see this is a corruption of their purity. The story opens with a young vampire being tried in a vampire court for the murder of one of the elders. Meanwhile, across the seas, a new threat to vampire-kind emerges... An ancient dynasty of werewolves with world domination in mind... The Forests of Silence
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A comic about a dryad who takes interest in a person traversing the woods where she lives in, considering that her home was considered a very dangerous place. As one would expect, there are few words, as the dryad cannot speak and we are not privy to her thoughts, while the traveler is silent save for the occasional pant and grunt. Global Garden
A story of a school boy who strongly believe in environmentalism and his dream was to build a 'flower power' bomb to remedy the world's obsession with industrialism and capitalism, to create a global garden. The plot follows him from elementary to post college-graduation. Will he be able to stick with his dreams or will reality seeps in? Blackmill: A Lucid Truth same name as the chillstep song Im listening to as I was writing this
A fictional documentary about a (still operating) black mill named blackmill, where said mill has a surprisingly deep story behind it, from being used as a presidential office to a barrack during a war. Halfway through the plot, a new information about the mill will be added to said documentary while stopped being one. Martian Order-Defenders of The Male Sex
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