By:  Jilguera  Completed
Language: English
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Olivia remembers being attacked by a monster, but the doctors say it is simply an overdose of caffeine. Knowing monsters aren’t real, she assumes their correct… that is until she starts noticing changes in herself and the strange blackout she had on the full moon. New friends and new love come into Olivia’s life, changing her world, or is it all a delusion she created for herself?

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isabel Ah Wong
2023-05-17 10:41:14
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This story is really something. Totally unexpected, well written, and paced. We see some clever characterization, and themes that set this to be a forward feminist story. 10/10 you won’t regret reading it.
2021-11-09 10:27:35
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Good, quick story! I wish there was a little more at the end, but overall I enjoyed reading this!
2021-07-08 10:51:40
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Christina Crawford
great read
2021-06-15 05:05:27
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LeShannon Juneau
great book, sad to see it end
2021-05-03 09:08:29
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Sharon Mee
Loved it ❤️
2021-04-13 16:11:56
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Mom of Monsters
Really really good!
2021-04-07 21:06:16
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Martin Cobos
The book was a quick read and an interesting story. I read it in one day and I couldn’t stop.
2021-04-07 08:51:27
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Kathy Aponte
Very good read!!!!! Thank you Author!👏👏👏👏👏❤❤❤❤❤😎
2021-04-01 00:31:35
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Great read kudos to this author will look for more books in the future
2021-03-31 02:44:10
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Wayne Maragh Jr.
this was a hella great book. I couldn't stop reading and I hope you come out with another one like this. I give the author 20 stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
2021-03-04 19:13:08
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Miranda Curtis
nice flow, well written has some words needing to be replaced.
2021-02-21 06:19:01
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Melinda Bautista
Yes! Nothing like having your own kind to back you up. Awesome
2021-02-21 03:05:11
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Shirley Jackson-Bradley
Awesome book, thanks for writing from a different view point.
2021-02-10 02:43:49
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Great book!! I spent all day reading it
2021-01-25 03:31:36
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Beep…beep…beep. The rhythmic beeping of some machine was pulling me back into consciousness. Beep…beep…beep. My eyelids are heavy, heavier than I remember them being. My mouth feels like someone has stuffed it with cotton. My eyes finally come unglued only to be assaulted by bright light. I slam my eyes shut, voicing a groan in complaint.  I turn my head, even that feels heavy, and I slowly open my eyes to a squint. I can’t see much but I can already tell this isn’t my bedroom.
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“Well look who’s finally awake,” a woman says in an all too cheerful tone. I turn my head to look over at her. She’s an older woman, thin, with red hair. I watch as she flips through what I assume is my charts, making sounds of approval. “Looks like you’re finally stabilizing. That’s good to hear.”
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It’s only a twenty-minute drive from the hospital to my apartment. I get out of my parents’ car and walk up to the main door. I stop before going in to wave at them. I yell to them, “I will call you guys tomorrow, promise.” My dad waves back and starts the car. I watch them for a moment before going inside. It’s decorated with muted colors of red, peach, and gray. All I hear is the soft electronic buzz, otherwise, the building is silent. It is one of the reasons I decided to move here instead of on campus. I want a higher education, not the college experience. Parties, frat boys, sororities, and all that is a big no thanks f
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I forgot I didn’t have my car so I didn’t get to class as soon as I wanted. That meant I couldn’t talk to my professor like I wanted either. I figured I would catch him after the class instead.Sitting in my seat, I listen to his lecture. It seems I didn’t miss much yesterday from the way
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I stare at the computer screen, my eyes tired from hours of staring at the bright screen. I’ve spent hours trying to understand what was going on. On one hand, the doctor told me one thing but my memories and the clothing told me another. It didn’t make sense and that terrified me. I’m afraid I might be going crazy. Seriously, what my mind is telling me that happened Monday was that I was attacked by a creature that obviously doesn’t exist.
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—Thursday, three in the afternoon.I had difficulty sleeping last night. I slept maybe five hours a best and then it was plagued with nightmares. They were a confusing mash of elements. The beastly creature, the attack, mental institutions, a monster transformation I think, the creature finding me again, and me being caged
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I lean on the wall with an over dramatic sigh but I don’t think Kristen can hear me through her giddy excitement as she ogles all the men leaving before Zeke. She doesn’t have to wait long. As soon as the door starts to open she puts on her “Look at me” pose. I have to give her credit. She looks natural in the pose and if you didn’t know her, you wouldn’t know it was a pose. Me, on the other hand, I don’t do poses. I would rather be natural. My natural right now is arms crossed, and trying not to appear as bored as I feel.
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The next morning, Kristen, Michelle, and I are walking together down the hall. Kristen is filling Michelle in on Zeke’s friend Matt. He seems to have made quite an impression on her. I listen to them in silence. I heard all about Matt from Kristen when she picked me up this morning. Suddenly Kristen stopped walking and more importantly stopped talking. Both Michelle and I followed her hate-filled stare.
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“Really Ollie?” Kristen complains as she sits in front of me. She’s looking at the open textbook to my left. I give her a little shrug with a guilty smile. “The exams are over, good or bad your fate is sealed,” she says in a purposely ominous voice, knowing it’ll just make me stress about it more.  Michelle laughs in a bubbly giggle, slapping her friend on the arm.
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I’ve got my outfit ready and my makeup planned when Kirk arrives. “Hey Kirk,” I greet him before wrapping my arms around him for a kiss. I want to show him just how much I missed him during exams. When we’re both breathless I smile up at him, amused by the look of surprise on his face.&l
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