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Stuck Passing Through – Episode 6 – Much Too Soon

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Chapter 26 – Carter Townes

 

“Feel like talking yet, Sergeant?”

 

The accent was perfect. This fucker had been educated in America—maybe even born there. Figured. Use the resources America provides and then turn around to use them against America.

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Stuck Passing Through – Episode 5 – Neighbors

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Chapter 21 – Hadley Holbrook

 

“They’ll never accept you, Hadley. They’ll all turn their back on you.” The mean girl laughed as the Empty People surrounded Hadley.

 

“Leave me alone!” Hadley fell to the ground, brought her knees up to her chest, and wrapped her arms around them.

 

“Come out to the fog.”
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Stuck Passing Through – Episode 4 – Q&A

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Chapter 16 – Rachel Holbrook

 

Rachel let the water of the shower beat down on her as she tried to clear her mind for a moment of all the stress that had been building up. She hadn’t gotten much sleep the night before. Everything that had happened since she’d woken up on the bus played over and over in her head and plagued her with confusion, worry, fear, and—worst of all—guilt. Read More »

Stuck Passing Through – Episode 3 – Resolve

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Chapter 11 – Michael Hamman

 

Michael stood by and watched as the McCormicks blocked the woman who had just lost her husband from exiting the diner. He had tried to put a hand on her shoulder once he had gotten to his feet and Nathan was being carried away. Read More »

Stuck Passing Through – Episode 2 – The Empty People

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Chapter 6 – Rachel Holbrook

 

They couldn’t be real. None of this could be real. This was all just some sick, prolonged nightmare, and she just needed to wake her ass up.

 

“Wake up, Rachel. Wake up,” she whispered.

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Stuck Passing Through – Episode 1 – The Midhaven Motel

Chapter 1 – Rachel Holbrook

 

Fog. Nothing but thick fog all around her. She ran in every direction but couldn’t find her way out. The dirt beneath her muted her steps and sprayed out when she finally slid to a stop. There had to be something—anything—in this grey wasteland. Read More »