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 Have you ever read Le Morte Darthur, by Sir Thomas Mallory? It tells the story of King Arthur from start to finish. This book is very much like that book, in that, when Mallory wrote, he was writing from several

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The Death of a Farm Boy

Name of Web-Serial: The Death of a Farmboy Posting Schedule:  Fridays Post Minimum: 1000 words Genres: Action, Fantasy, Historical, War Graphic Elements: High Violence, Moderate Sex and Language Brief Summary or Premise: An innocent boy is thrust into war, where he realizes a supernatural talent

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1: Wherein a Boy and a Thief are Met

From Various Accounts and General Legend It befell in the days of Ivan Nostram, when he was King of all the lands of Rethany and so reigned, that there was a boy who lived on a farm. That boy was

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2: Wherein James and Jeremiah become Friends

From the Diary of James Thresher I am James Thresher, son of Samuel Thresher, of the village of South Salisburg. I was in my eighteenth year of life when I met the bastard thief known as Jeremiah Cobbler, and my

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3: Wherein James does Great Battle upon the Enemy

From the Diary of James Thresher We were to be divided up into groups by dormitory, given sticks, and pitted against each other. The dormitory that won would become the guards of the leader, and thus, the last group to

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4: Wherein Jeremiah Invents a Plan

From the Mouth of Jeremiah Cobbler Ah, yes, I remember the first time I saw James fight. I did not admit it then, but he was the most gifted fighter I had ever seen. He moved with such fluidity, and

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5: Wherein the Grandparents are Fought

From the Mouth of Jeremiah Cobbler When we found out that we were up against the Grandparents for our next fight, the room grew quiet. Finally George turned to James and asked, “How then, are we to win this fight?”

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6: Wherein a Deal is Struck

From the Stories of the Prison Guards of Grendon Rarely do the events of the winter months surprise us. We guards see the same thing year after year. The prisoners loll around for a while until the head man steps

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