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  • Link to the first thread: https://lost-cities-keeper.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:446007

    The first thread was almost maxed out; I'll be continuing it here.

    I'll post the next chapter within a week.

    Disclaimer: This is fanfiction. I am not Shannon Messenger.

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    • First to comment 

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    • Ummmmmm

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    • Plzzzzzzzzz post more!!!!!!!! It’s sooooo good!!!!!!

      - The Mysterious Miss F

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    • ikr!

      - little miss know it all

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    • zzPOST

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    • POST!!!!!

      - the Mysterious miss F

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    • When Marella paused when saying she was linhs “bestfriend” was that a hint to something else ;)

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    • 174.117.43.46 wrote:
      When Marella paused when saying she was linhs “bestfriend” was that a hint to something else ;)

      Maybe! 

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    • Can’t wait to find out!!:)

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    • Https://my.w.tt/gxRZ8fvD6

      It is a great fan fic

      It is on wattpad and is really good

      I have read it . It continues after legacy and is called unlocked

      Please do read it

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    • Https://my.w.tt/gxRZ8fvDq6

      The link above doesn't work but this on does

      The story is called keeper of the lost cities : unlocked 

      The story is on attpad and is good 

      It deserves more views so please go check it out

      If you do read then I hope you like it because I do

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    • Please post more! I must find out!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • I love this, really helps with the wait fo the next book

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    • Same

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Agreed

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Agreed

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Also does anyone know how to get to the real 8.5 unlocked book thingie, like the real one not the fan fics? If anyone knows, pleeeaassee tell me!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • 69.142.33.195 wrote: Also does anyone know how to get to the real 8.5 unlocked book thingie, like the real one not the fan fics? If anyone knows, pleeeaassee tell me!

      - the mysterious miss F


      It’s not out yet.

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    • POST POST POST! This is really good!!!

      And wait, there is going to be a book 8.5? Called Unlocked? Why would there be an 8.5?

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • idk - little miss know it all

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    • Ok thanks anyway

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Please post soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon!

      -Moonlark

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    • This is the one of the only things getting me through the wait!

      -#founderofblackswan

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    • poooooooost pleeease

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    • 69.142.33.195 wrote: Also does anyone know how to get to the real 8.5 unlocked book thingie, like the real one not the fan fics? If anyone knows, pleeeaassee tell me!

      - the mysterious miss F

      if you go to Shannon's web cite I think you can preorder the book : ) - Kacy

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    • It's going to get published on November 6th I think

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      174.117.43.46 wrote:
      When Marella paused when saying she was linhs “bestfriend” was that a hint to something else ;)
      Maybe! 

      I think it is because she wasn't sure if she was.

      -Moonlark

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    • Fifty-Three

      “I never realized you appreciated my sense of style, Miss Foster,” Bronte called. 

      Sophie looked at her outfit: a formal black tunic with thin silver designs, black boots, and black pants, along with her sunlight Team Valliant circlet, moonlight cape, and starlight cape pin.

      When Bronte had hailed Sophie on her Imparter that evening and asked her to bring her team to his castle for an announcement, she’d changed out of her Foxfire uniform. But she definitely hadn’t wanted to wear a dress—even though she wasn’t that angry at Oralie anymore she didn’t share clothing preferences with her biological mother. 

      She looked at Bronte.

      Black pants.

      Black boots.

      A sparkle-free black tunic, made formal by the silver touches on the edges, shoulders and buttons.

      A silver Councillor cloak and onyx-and-silver circlet.

      He looked a lot like Sophie—clothes-wise, anyway. And a lot like the sitting room they were all in—black with touches of silver, gray, and blue, with cool silver lanterns dangling from the ceiling. It had to be the least sparkly place in the Lost Cities.

      “You’re matching,” Biana said with a grin. “Can I take a picture?”

      “Elves have cameras?” Sophie wondered.

      “Imparters can,” Biana explained. “It prints them out, too, if you've loaded in the paper.” She took the silver square out of her pocket. “Can I please take a picture?”

      “Can I get a copy of it?” Dex asked.

      “Sure. Does anyone else want a copy?”

      “I’d like one,” Oralie told her.

      Bronte sighed. “We need to get down to business.”

      “Stina and Wylie aren’t here yet,” Biana pointed out. “Please?” 

      “One picture, Miss Vacker,” Bronte warned her, moving slightly closer to Sophie.

      Grinning, Biana tapped at her Imparter.

      As the pictures were printing, Stina walked through the unlocked door, Wylie following her.

      “Lock the door behind you,” Bronte reminded them.

      “Sophie, you look like a mini Bronte,” Stina teased, looking between the two of them.

      “It’d be more accurate to say that Bronte is a mini Sophie,” Dex pointed out. “He’s shorter than she is.” 

      Bronte shot Dex a death stare. 

      Sophie looked around the room. “Does that mean…..”

      Sophie knew that Biana had a few inches on her. 

      Dex was Keefe’s height—taller than both of them.

      Stina topped Dex by about two inches.

      Wylie was barely an inch taller than Stina at a little over six feet.

      Oralie wasn’t wearing heels—and a quick glance told Sophie she was still at least four inches taller than Bronte.

      Bronte rolled his eyes. “Yes, you have correctly deduced that I am the shortest one here.”

      “Wait—Bronte, aren’t you the shortest of all twelve Councillors?” Dex asked.

      “He is,” Oralie informed them. “I once offered to let him borrow my heels, but somehow he didn’t like the idea.” 

      Bronte glared at her. “They were more pink than they were uncomfortable, which is saying something.”

      “They’re fine once you get used to them,” Oralie responded. “Besides, you’re the only Councillor who hasn’t worn heels before.”  

      “Even the male Councillors?” Sophie wondered. 

      “Yeah, you never noticed?” Biana asked. “It’s not just girls who wear heels in the Lost Cities. Fitz used to wear them a lot when he was little because he wanted to be taller than Alvar. They didn’t help much. It’s the same with makeup—Dad taught both me and Fitz how to use eyeliner.”

      “Okay, can I get a picture of Wonderboy in all of his glory?” Dex’s grin was a mile wide.

      “We need to stop wasting time,” Bronte announced. “I suggest you sit down, because we’ll be going through a lot of information.”

      They settled down on couches and chairs as Biana handed out copies of the picture she’d taken to everyone. 

      Bronte took a deep breath. “The Peace Summit is happening next weekend.”

      Sophie resisted the urge to tug on an eyelash, gripping the arms of her chair even more tightly. “What—that’s so soon. Six days away.”

      “We need to renegotiate the trollish treaty as soon as possible, especially now that we’re a full body of twelve again, and it’s taken all the species leaders quite some time to find a suitable date,” Oralie explained. “The decision was just made today—and official notice would have come a week prior anyway, so you’ll have as much time to plan as you would have otherwise.” Staring at a stack of papers, she flicked her wrist; a moment later, a packet was zooming towards each Team Valiant member. Startled, Sophie caught hers just before it landed on her lap.

      “Do you guys want to split it up?” Stina asked, eyeing the thick packet with distaste. “Like, one of us reads the first fifth, and one of us reads the next fifth, and then we all discuss it at the end?”

      “That’s a good idea,” Sophie agreed.

      And Stina didn’t even say ‘I told you so’—and Sophie didn’t even feel resentful—and Dex, Wylie, and Biana were quick to agree.

      They went over the protocol, which was similar to last time. Sophie and her friends would be there as observers, and to bring another perspective to the summit, especially because of the roles they’d played at Everglen and Loamnore. Mr. Forkle would be there, as he was the leader of the Black Swan, who had played a significant role in the recent developments with the dwarves and trolls. They’d be staying in Lumenaria, each with one parent or guardian, except for Wylie, who was, at twenty, a legal adult by elvin standards. Edaline would be going with Sophie, as the other leaders wouldn’t tolerate a Mesmer—like Grady—in their presence. The goal was to re-negotiate the trollish and dwarven treaties.

      It was what Sophie had been expecting, yet it still made her nervous. 

      “Any questions?” Bronte asked when he had finished.

      For a moment, nobody spoke.

      Oralie traced her fingers through the air. Sophie pretty sure she was sensing everyone’s emotions—or maybe just Sophie’s, since Empaths had an easier time sensing Sophie’s emotions—without physical contact. This has been on the horizon for quite a while, and the goblins have been undergoing training for weeks. There also aren’t any prisoners in the castle this time. It’s going to be fine.”

      Her voice sounded different than normal—a little tense and on edge—and her expression matched up to that, too. It sounded familiar to Sophie, but she couldn’t place it—until she remembered that that was what she had sounded like when she’d hailed Oralie after the battle at the Neverseen hideout and told her about Linh’s injury.

      Oralie was probably trying to convince herself that it would be fine as much as she was trying to convince everyone else.

      Which made Sophie feel a zillion different things—mostly annoyance that she was actually similar to her biological mother, with their coping mechanisms, blond hair, and disregard for rules. She drew her arm back, sinking into her chair.

      “Is there anything else we need to know?” Wylie asked.

      Bronte shook his head. “I think that covers it. The five of you should make sure you’re all informed on everything in the packet, but aside from that, you’re free to go.”

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    • NICE!

      this is super good!

      cant wait for the summit!

      especially because I'm reading lodestar rn, and they are at the peace summit in that too!

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    • Job no spoilers

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    • Once again I love all the mini conversations that they have. -AquaGirl

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    • Really good!!

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    • This is.......... AWESOME!    

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    • Do you guys know if Shannon Messenger has released the 16 chapter online of book 9 because she started posting the chapters but I can’t find the 16th chapter, if anyone knows, PLEASE let me know. This is the only thing keeping me preoccupied and is stopping me from going out of my mind!!!! Also, please post more, the last chapter was great!!!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • WHAT!

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    • ????????????????????????

      - little miss know it all

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    • Uh, I don't think Shannon Messenger did that...? Especially since she isn't writing Book 9 right now...

      And there's a lot of drafting/proofreading/editing that goes into the series befores she publishes anything, so...

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    • DID SHE?????? If so, can you send a screenshot?

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    • no, I dont think she did....

      I mean, isnt only 8.5 coming out in november or something?

      It seems a LITTLE early to start posting from book 9.....

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    • yeah, 9 is coming out in 2021 so I doubt she has any of the chapters finished yet.

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    • I know but it’s true she’s been posting some of the chapters for book 9 online and I know that 8.5 is supposed to come out first but it’s only a short story. Also what she’s been posting might just be a draft of what the ninth book might look like but it’s TRUE! Lots of others have been reading it, also, she’s only posted 15 chapters as far as I know but if you guys want, I can tell you how to get to it.

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • I'm intrigued....how do we get to it?

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    • 69.142.33.195 wrote:
      I know but it’s true she’s been posting some of the chapters for book 9 online and I know that 8.5 is supposed to come out first but it’s only a short story. Also what she’s been posting might just be a draft of what the ninth book might look like but it’s TRUE! Lots of others have been reading it, also, she’s only posted 15 chapters as far as I know but if you guys want, I can tell you how to get to it.

      - the mysterious miss F

      yeah, could you post the link?

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    • Also her username for fandom is mintchocolaterippleruffs

      - The mysterious miss F

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    • Also please post more!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Do you guys know the place right before you clicked onto this one where it has a bunch of topics and chats that you can look in on? If you go back to there, then if you scroll down to the bottom of the page and see where it says 1,2,3,4,5 and then Next, if you click on next, it will take you to another page that has even more topics and chats. If you keep on going through the pages eventually you will find one that says “book 9 (updated weekly) and if you click on it then that’s where she posts it, so far she’s posted about 15 chapters.

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • If you can’t find it the just go to safari and search exactly this “ keeper of the lost cities book 9 update weekly Keefe sencen fandom” and then once you search that it should take you to a link that says something like “ Shannon messenger book 9( update weekly) it brings you to where she’s been posting it, also a quick and easy way to get back to this is when you scroll down to the bottom, it says “ book 9:unknown” and if you click on that, it brings you back to all the chats and topics and on the first page should be this fanfic “ FANFIC book 9: stellarlune.

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Also please tell me if you have success finding it!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Really good I liked it

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    • 69.142.33.195 wrote:
      If you can’t find it the just go to safari and search exactly this

      “ keeper of the lost cities book 9 update weekly Keefe sencen fandom” and then once you search that it should take you to a link that says something like “ Shannon messenger book 9( update weekly) it brings you to where she’s been posting it, also a quick and easy way to get back to this is when you scroll down to the bottom, it says “ book 9:unknown” and if you click on that, it brings you back to all the chats and topics and on the first page should be this fanfic “ FANFIC book 9: stellarlune.

      - the mysterious miss F

      That leads you to a fanfiction, not the actual book 9. It's made by a user in this wiki, although it's still really good :D

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    • People who haven't read this please read 

      https://lost-cities-keeper.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:1084652

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    • Slinkizy wrote:
      69.142.33.195 wrote:
      If you can’t find it the just go to safari and search exactly this

      “ keeper of the lost cities book 9 update weekly Keefe sencen fandom” and then once you search that it should take you to a link that says something like “ Shannon messenger book 9( update weekly) it brings you to where she’s been posting it, also a quick and easy way to get back to this is when you scroll down to the bottom, it says “ book 9:unknown” and if you click on that, it brings you back to all the chats and topics and on the first page should be this fanfic “ FANFIC book 9: stellarlune.

      - the mysterious miss F

      That leads you to a fanfiction, not the actual book 9. It's made by a user in this wiki, although it's still really good :D

      yup! also, Shannon Messenger can't write or view fanfics (about her stories, or just at all). It's just a rule that she has to follow, because no fanfic writers can think that Shannon Messenger copied their theory because Shannon Messenger can't read fanfics.

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • that's a weird rule

      - little miss know it all

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    • Yup

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    • but otherwise she could atke ideas? I guess

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    • also sad because these fanfics are amazing!

      - little miss know it all

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    • Who else is in quarantine and refreshing the page every hour?

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    • omg, so relatable! 

      - little miss know it all

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    • Did you read it?

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations? - SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • 67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel Fredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

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    • Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who

      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

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    • The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget

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    • Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget

      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget
      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

      A tale dark and grimm, by Adam gidwitz

      stroy thieves by i forget

      rain, reign, by (someone) martin

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    • ann m. martin

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    • Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget
      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

      A tale dark and grimm, by Adam gidwitz

      stroy thieves by i forget

      rain, reign, by ann m. martin

      the wild robot by peter brown

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      ann m. martin

      yeah, her

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    • Delirium Trilogy(btw, it curses)

      - little miss know it all

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    • OMG so much books!!! AWESOME!!! Who else is a book worm?

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    • Me

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    • Me

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • How do you get to book 9?????

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      - the mysterious miss F

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      -Moonlark

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    • 76.103.205.182 wrote:
      OMG so much books!!! AWESOME!!! Who else is a book worm?

      Me! Almost everyone who read KotLC!

      -Moonlark

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    • 76.103.205.182 wrote:
      Who else is in quarantine and refreshing the page every hour?

      Me

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    • Thanks for the list of books, I'll make sure to check them out! And yes, I'm a bookworm. Sorry for replying (and thanking) for so late, my replying section doesn't work sometimes. - SophieFosterTheFroster

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      Fifty-Four

      Five days.

      “Are you coming to battle training today?” Fitz asked as he and Sophie packed up after study hall on Monday afternoon. “Grizel said we can focus on only skills today—to prepare us for our PE finals.”

      They’d been training four to five times a week, usually at either Everglen or Havenfield, since Sandor and Grizel had been running the sessions for the most part, and both properties had plenty of space.

      Sophie shook her head. “I have to study for the Peace Summit. Team Valliant stuff.”

      “You’re spending a lot of time with them,” Fitz observed. “I mean—I’m not jealous or anything,” he added, “but—okay, maybe I am a little. It’s just…...Alvar was a Regent when he worked with the ogres. And Dad’s an Emissary with the highest level of clearance—almost a Councillor. Mom’s a Regent, too, and she did a ton of stuff with the Human Assistance program. Now Biana’s the youngest Regent ever. So my entire family was or is in the Nobility, aside from me. And it’s hard not to feel jealous.”

      “You’re still really powerful,” Sophie reminded him. “We’re Cognates, remember?”

      “Hey, that’s my line!” Fitz joked.

      “Yeah, but we still make an awesome team.”

      They walked outside, and Sophie dug out her home crystal. “See you tomorrow? I’m excited for telepathy class.”

      Fitz smiled. “Yeah, see you then.”

      Four days.

      “I think that covers it,” Sophie said. It was raining at Havenfield, so Team Valiant had forgone their usual meeting place—outdoors by Calla’s tree—for the living room. They’d spent the afternoon swapping information about the packet. “Battle training’s going to be here tomorrow.”

      “Does anyone else think that it’s a little weird that it’s been so long since the Neverseen attacked?” Stina asked, breaking the silence. “The last time was when they took Keefe—that was weeks ago.”

      “Maybe whatever they’re planning got messed up when Keefe ran away?” Sophie suggested.

      Stina shrugged. “Yeah, I guess, but there’s still that memory his mom erased.”

      “Hopefully the most we’ll have to worry about at the Peace Summit is how we’re going to survive all the fancy stuff,” Dex jumped in. “It’s like formal jerkins were designed to strangle you.”

      “Just wear a dress, there are plenty that don’t have collars,” Biana countered with a smile.

      Dex laughed. “Hmmmm, that might weird out the Council enough for it to be worth it.”

      Biana laughed. “You wish. Obviously you haven’t heard about the heat wave in Eternalia a few decades ago. All the Councillors but Bronte were wearing dresses because long pants and sleeves were way too hot.”

      Three days.

      “It’s still standing,” Sophie said, staring at the force field surrounding Calla’s Panakes tree. “Great job, Maruca—what makes it stay even when you’re not focusing on it? Does it continually soak your energy?”

      Maruca shook her head. “Nope. All the energy goes out of me at the start, and the more I thicken the force field, the longer it lasts but the more power it takes. The same thing goes for size. If it sapped my energy over time, the Psionopaths who shield Atlantis would be dead. As it is, it took all the Psionopaths in the Lost Cities to create the force fields, and it gets reinforced once every few years.”

      “Does it flicker when you get angry?” Wylie wondered. “Like, if I tickle you, would you lose your hold?”  

      “Don’t. You. Dare.” Maruca jerked away from her cousin. 

      “You’re ticklish?” Sophie asked.

      “She’s very ticklish,” Wylie agreed. 

      Two days. 

      “How are the new elixirs working?” Sophie asked Marella before orientation. Marella had given everyone a very brief update a few days after the elemental training session Sophie had attended, but now Sophie was alone with Marella for a change—she couldn’t make out any of her friends in the crowd—and she knew that she should have asked this far earlier. “You don’t have to tell me if you don’t want to, but are they good for long periods of time?”

      Marella nodded. “Yeah, Jax, Tiergan, and Mr. Forkle are only checking in on us once every few days now. My mom’s also had enough time to adapt to the news—she’s been making dinner with me every night for the past week or so.”

      “That’s great,” Sophie told her. “Sorry that I haven’t checked in with you more—”

      “We all know you have fifty things going on at once,” Marella interrupted, playing with one of her tiny braids. “And I’m doing fine.”

      Before either of them could say anything else, Linh maneuvered through the crowd. “Hey, Marella, guess what?” She was grinning from ear to ear. “I’ve been talking to Magnate Leto, and to Lady Darya, and this morning they agreed that you could join my Hydrokinetic sessions.”

      Marella grinned. “Seriously? I get to stop reading boring books about Pyrokinetic history?”

      “Of course I’m serious. Lady Darya finally thinks I have enough control for us to train without burning down or flooding the entire school—I’m warning you, she’s pretty strict, but she’s nice once you get to know her. We get to start next week.”

      Marella threw her arms around Linh. “You’ve saved me from two weeks and two years of boredom.”

      “And you’re going to make my sessions way more fun,” Linh responded, her voice slightly muffled by the hug.

      One day.

      “Nice tunic, Bangs Boy,” Keefe called to Tam. They’d changed that day’s bat

      Tam smoothed the front of his Happy Shadow Thoughts tunic. “For your information, I’m wearing this because it’s comfortable—you don’t need to get snarky.”

      “No, I actually think it’s an awesome tunic,” Keefe corrected. “Plus, Foster has one too.”

      “So, you like it because Sophie does. Why am I not suprised?”

      “Hey, Foster and I don’t agree on everything. If I knew the Councillors as well as she does, I’d have figured out how to prank Councillor Alina’s castle by now.”

      “Actually, that could be fun.”

      “And now we know why you two aren’t part of Team Valliant,” Biana cut in. 

      “Oh, like you and Dex were being mature when you annoyed Emery with all of your team name suggestions?”

      “Hey, I think we can all agree that annoying the Council is a fundamental part of our job as teenagers,” Dex shot back.

      “Agreed.” Keefe turned to Tam. “Next time I’m going to prank someone, want to help? Your shadows will make my illusions even more awesome than usual, plus it’ll be great for disguise.”

      Tam shrugged. “Maybe.”

      Zero days.

      “Are you ready?” Edaline asked Sophie. It was Friday evening. They were outside, waiting for Sandor to finish lecturing their summit bodyguards. They weren’t allowed to know the names of their guards, so Sophie thought of hers as Pixiecut, Pix for short, and Edaline’s as Buzz, both due to their hairstlyes.

      Sophie nodded, fiddling with the edge of her simple black tunic. “I’m savoring the last few minutes before I have to wear fancy clothes again.”

      Edaline laughed. “Speaking of which, where are the Articles of your Regency?”

      “I thought we couldn’t bring anything to the summit?” Sophie wondered. “That was what happened last time.”

      Pix turned away from the lecture. “Articles of status are allowed. Required, in fact. They’ll be checked during security, of course.”

      Sophie sighed—that had been in the packet, why hadn’t she remembered?—and turned to head upstairs.

      “No need,” Edaline told her, snapping her fingers. “I’ve put them in the void—I’ll take them out when we reach Lumenaria. I think we’re ready, then.”

      “We are on a tight schedule,” Pix reminded Sandor, who looked like he still had about fifty warnings to give both bodyguards.

      Sandor sighed. “All right.”

      Sophie gave Sandor a hug. “I’ll try not to almost die again, is that good?”

      “Stay safe,” Sandor told her. “I mean it.”

      “I second that,” Flori added, as Sandor let go and Sophie turned to embrace her gnomish bodyguard. 

      When they broke apart, Grady was the next one to hug Sophie. “I’m going to miss you, Lady Kiddo.”

      Sophie hugged him back. “I’ll miss you too, Dad.”

      “Are you ready?” Buzz asked Sophie and Edaline a minute later.

      “Yes,” Sophie said.

      They joined hands and light-leaped to Lumenaria.

      Sophie looked up at the castle and gasped.

      When she’d seen the image on Mr. Forkle’s massive 3D map of the world, she had seen that the massive castle had been rebuilt. She just hadn’t realized how.

      Instead of being fully new, thin veins of gold spread across the castle like a spiderweb, connecting the stones together. The gold enhanced the castle's beauty; the stones sparkled in the sunlight.

      “Will the gold make the castle weaker?” Sophie wondered.

      Edaline shook her head. “I haven’t heard much about this, but apparently there’s some kind of dwarven glue mixed with the gold that makes the stone stronger than ever. This also doesn’t waste materials.”

      Sophie stared up at the zigzagging lines, reminded of one of her human art classes. “There’s this human pottery called kintsuigi, where they use gold and laquer to fix broken dishes. It looks kind of like this.”

      “That’s amazing,” Edaline said, staring at the castle. “Humans are far cleverer than we give them credit for.”

      They headed for security, and Sophie gave the castle walls one last look before she stepped into the courtyard.

      Just like the castle walls, she’d experienced disaster—yet she was now stronger than ever.

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    • THIS IS SO GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD

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    • That was amazing 

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    • Niiiice

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    • I rly love the little countdown you did

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    • So many cliffhangers!!!

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    • Love it!

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    • Oh yay, my comment section works today! Now I get to say- I love this! Awesome! This is amazing! -SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • Are we sure you are not Shannon Messenger in disguise?

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    • You sure write like her... cliffhangers and all.

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    • You have a point

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    • 73.169.9.203 wrote:
      Are we sure you are not Shannon Messenger in disguise?

      I'm not Shannon but I'm honored that you think so! 

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    • hmph i widh you were

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    • Princess puryfinns wrote:
      hmph i widh you were

      yeah, then you could tell us what happens!

      also we could convince you to make sokeefe happen XD

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    • Princess puryfinns wrote:
      hmph i widh you were

      Thanks, I'm grinning like crazy.

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    • yw

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    • I am in cliffhanger world, you are just making it worse waiting for the next chapter! Evil.

      Don't worry it's all compliments!

      -Moonlark

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    • When are you going to poooooooooooooooooooooooost!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      -Moonlark

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    • When is the next chpter?!?!

      - Bookworm

      P.S. I am DYING OF BORDOM!!!!!! Covid 19 stinks. :(

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    • Me too!

      -Moonlark

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    • 73.169.9.203 wrote:
      When is the next chpter?!?!

      - Bookworm

      P.S. I am DYING OF BORDOM!!!!!! Covid 19 stinks. :(

      I'm reworking some of the earlier chapters, so it'll probably be a few more days. 

      It'll definitely be less than a week.

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    • Blahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!   :( 













































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    • ​​​​I am fairly sure that you are Shannon in disguise. 

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    • Keephie4eva wrote:
      THIS IS SO GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD

      yup

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    • Yay!!!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • Hey guys I have a question. How do you start your own fanfiction page?

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    • I think u just need to click 'start a wiki'??? I'm only 10% sure.

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    • 'Start a Wiki' creates a whole brand new wiki that you code yourself and whatnot. :)

      If you want to start a fanfiction, go to the Short Stories and Fanfictions board. There will be a button near the top that says "Start a Discussion". Fill in the boxes for title and description, and then click "Post" and it will creat a thread like this one. Hope that helps! :)

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    • Wow this fanfic is great-love the suspense/cliffhangers. It's got tons of theories that seem so obvious but not really. Like CT being evil-never would've thought of that one. And Keefe being an illusionist makes so much sense; along with Luzia Vacker being Glimmer and also evil. Love this btw

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    • pls post. I'm really bored w/ covid

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    • ikr, covid why can't you torment another planet, you're making me miss out on greenkill >:(

      - little miss know it all

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    • 108.29.180.215 wrote:
      ikr, covid why can't you torment another planet, you're making me miss out on greenkill >:(

      - little miss know it all

      lol

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    • So.Much.FREAKING.Cliffhangers!!!!! I am reading 4 fanfics at once so whenever there is a cliffhanger and it takes a loooooooooooooooooooooong time to post just read another one.

      No pressure... but post pls...

      -Moonlark

      Covid-19 stinks

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    • ^Covid stinks, unless if someone rly hates school with a passion and has no friends

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    • Yeah 

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    • It works!!! Thanks!!!

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    • If you wanted to post a link to your fanfiction how would you do that?

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    • At the bottom next to the bold and italics sign there's an add link button. Highlight the url address to ur thread and press the "add link" button

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    • I think that's it at least

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    • I started my own fanfiction (thanks Sokeefe4eva) and if you want to ckeck it out try going to *Swan Song (keeper of the lost cities)* Thanks! 

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    • What’s it about? -bronte=brontosaurus

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    • The same thing that there all about?

      -Bookworm :) :P

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    • Lol I need to sleep properly



      -bronte=brontosaurus 

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    • OH MY GOD!!!!

      MY HOUSE JUST GOT  STROK BY LITNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

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    • OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!

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    • hey .. do u guys think that glimmer could be cyrah?

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    • its just a theory i read somewhere.. 

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    • i mean , i know its a little far fetched but ...yeah

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    • although she could be luzia also ....stellarlune123 , i agree with ur theory!!!!!!

      plus ur fanfic is superrrrrr nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • yes, i totally agree! your fanfic is amazing! - little miss know it all

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    • I thought you said that you would post in less than a week. :( :( :( :( :(

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    • its only been like 3 days. tho I agree-pls post. If someone could die of boredom... That's me!!!

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    • Sorry- actually 5 days

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    • No pressure here, but I really need to do the chant. And once again, no pressure. Still......POST! POST! POST! Save us from the boredom! POST SOON PLS! (I know this is dumb for someone saying 'no pressure' while doing the opposite. But I still need to assure you- no pressure.) (^.^)

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

      P.S: Do you know how many chapters there are left? I need to prepare myself for the ending...I don't want the...um...fanfiction, to end too soon. :)

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    • 73.169.9.203 wrote: OH MY GOD!!!!

      MY HOUSE JUST GOT  STROK BY LITNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 



      Are u kidding? Gosh everyone all right?

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    • NO Seriously, IT BLEW OUT OUR NEIGHBORS WALL! No one was hurt but my computer is kind of going crazy.

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    • 67.60.133.231 wrote:
      No pressure here, but I really need to do the chant. And once again, no pressure. Still......POST! POST! POST! Save us from the boredom! POST SOON PLS! (I know this is dumb for someone saying 'no pressure' while doing the opposite. But I still need to assure you- no pressure.) (^.^)

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

      P.S: Do you know how many chapters there are left? I need to prepare myself for the ending...I don't want the...um...fanfiction, to end too soon. :)

      Maybe 15 more?

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    • it's so sad when my fave fanfics end T-T

      - little miss know it all

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    • I Know :(

      -Cora

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    • Yas

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    • PLS POST MORE

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    • Do u think this fanfic will last until the release date??

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    • and whoever's house got struck by lightning-the chances tho. Bruh. I hope everyone's ok

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    • Why does the posts seem to get further and further apart each time-I'm not trying to rush u Stellarlune123... But why

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    • I think were all deprived of posts

      ijk

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    • or maybe because we seriously love to type in the chat =-= - little miss know it all

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    • 108.29.180.215 wrote:
      or maybe because we seriously love to type in the chat =-=

      - little miss know it all

      Yeah. I leterly have not seen a real live person outside of my family for, like, two months.

      - Cora 

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    • I have been home for over 3 1/2 months

      Luna

      p.s. Love ur fanfic mint!!

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    • POST! POST! POST! (chanaling iner slivniy) POST! POST! POST!

      - .+*Cora*+.

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    • Ugh. Does anyone else have the problem where sometimes it allows u to reply, but sometimes it just says something like "loading editor" and ur unable to post-soooooooooo annoying

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    • Yeah. It did that to me a few seconds ago, and I was like:

      UGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! JUST LOAD ALL READY!!!!

      .+*Cora*+.

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    • Thanks for the reviews!

      Fifty-Five

      “This place is incredible,” Biana breathed.

      It was like a magic fairy had come through and turned the worlds’ most amazing garden into jewels and precious metals.

      Flowers in the colors of every gem there was.

      Graceful silver-gold vines.

      Even what looked like a smaller version of Calla’s Panakes emanating from one corner, with delicate, shimmering petals. 

      The narrow streaks of gold on the walls, floor, and ceiling made it clear that the place had been recently repaired, but the white and gold complemented each other, making the room even more striking.

      Sophie knew that she had been here before—they’d had dinner there last time, too—yet something about the room gave her the creeps. She couldn’t quite place a finger on it. 

      She scanned the room, looking for something that would explain why she felt so nervous.

      King Dimitar and Queen Hylla, who had been there when the castle collapsed, seemed to be fine, along with most of the Councillors.

      Maybe she and Edaline had raced through here when they were trying to escape—no. Edaline was talking to Della, Juline, and Vika, and she didn’t look like she was fighting flashbacks.

      Queen Nubiti, the trollish empress, and a powerful, well-liked gnome called Aster who’d been selected to represent her species all hadn’t been here before. Neither had Mr. Forkle - it was his twin who’d been at the summit.

      His twin. 

      The archways, the high ceilings, the flowery border on the edge of the ceiling…..

      This was where Mr. Forkle had died.

      She needed something to distract herself.

      “I love your dress,” she told Biana. 

      The gown had a navy bodice with plenty of glitter, but the skirt faded to teal at the hem, with narrow shoulder straps that left Biana’s scars exposed, even with their silvery moonlight capes and starlight pins. And Sophie couldn’t imagine Biana without her glittering sunlight circlet—while she herself was sure that her own circlet was making war on her hair as she spoke.

      “Nice tunic,” Biana smiled, returning the compliment. “Lavender’s a great color on you.”

      “Thanks,” Sophie said, fidgeting with the hem. She’d chosen to wear pants and a tunic instead of a dress, and she’d found a pair of boots that were pretty similar to the ones Dex was wearing—tight and uncomfortable, but definitely better than heels. Her tunic was fitted and flared and way too showy for her liking, though it wasn’t as fancy as some of the crazy dresses that had been in her closet.

      “Is there anything that we’re supposed to be doing right now?” Stina asked in an undertone. Her dress was even fancier than Biana’s, and she’d been a lot less snarky than usual; Sophie knew that she was anxious about making a good impression.

      Sophie shook her head. “Aside from not causing an interspecial incident, no.”

      “That’s kind of a high expectation.” Dex grinned, showing his dimples.

      Stina rolled her eyes. “We haven’t caused one since Loamnore; let’s not break our track record.”

      “There you are, Miss Foster,” a voice behind her called, and Sophie and her friends spun around to face Councillor Bronte.  “Empress Lavia, this is Lady Sophie Foster, and her teammates, Lady Biana Vacker, Lord Dexter Dizznee, Lady Stina Heks, and Lord Wylie Endal. Team Valiant, this is Empress Lavia of the trolls.”

      The figure beside Bronte looked like a blend of Empress Pernille and Tarina, Sophie’s trollish bodyguard—about four feet tall, her skin grayer than Tarina’s but less fuzzy than Empress Pernille’s, her yellow eyes smaller than Tarina’s but larger than the previous empress’s. She had a snub nose, and her hair that grew in thin strands that reminded Sophie of spaghetti, if spaghetti was greenish-gray. From the blend of physical features, Sophie gathered that she must be a Stage Five.

      Sophie dipped a curtsey, noticing how the empress’s yellow eyes didn’t waver from her. It was a little unsettling.

      “Is it true that you can speak my language?” Empress Lavia asked once they’d finished exchanging greetings.

      Noticing the chirpiness of the empress’s words, Sophie replied in Trollish. “Yes.”

      “It’s amazing what you elves can do,” Empress Lavia told her, her words still in the other tounge. “Are all those special abilities truly natural?”

      “For most people,” Sophie said, unsure how much information to give away about Project Moonlark.

      “Yes, I’ve heard tales of your newly-discovered—what’s it called, stellarlone?”

      “Stellarlune.”

      “It seems incredible indeed.”

      Sophie noticed the crown the empress was wearing—small but thick, made from metal with several speck-sized gemstones set into it. It had all sorts of metal stripes and swirls, with thin, arcing threads of copper in elaborate patterns.

      “It’s made from many kinds of metal,” Empress Lavia explained, fiddling with one of the copper swirls. “To show the power and strength in unity.”

      “It’s beautiful,” Sophie told her.

      “Thank you.”

      “Perhaps we could have a word about the treaty proposal?” Bronte asked the empress, and the two of them wandered away.

      “That crown kinda made me wish I could have brought my gadgets,” Dex mused. 

      “If you need metal, take my circlet,” Sophie joked. “I want to get rid of it.”

      Soon after that, it was time for dinner. Everyone took seats at a round table in the center of the room, and Sophie was relieved that she ended up in between Dex and Wylie. 

      The evening was used to draft plans about the dwarven treaty. Sophie and her friends weren’t in on the action much, but it was mildly interesting to see the negotiating take place. The current treaty was deemed to have appropriate punishment for treason, and Queen Nubiti assured everyone that should any dwarf be found in contact with the Neverseen, any species that had been affected would work together to determine the appropriate consequences. 

      Still, that night, Sophie was unable to sleep.

      Just because the dwarven treaty had been deemed satisfactory—and the dwarves seemed willing to catch any traitors—didn’t mean the same thing would hold true for the trolls.

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    • Therealglitturbutt said:

      None taken!!! We're all friends here, regaurdless of our ships! Whether we are Dexiana or Tiana, Sokeefe or Sofitz (though sokeefe is canon and u sofitz shippers cant stop it HA), or even Lylie or Finh, we all are here for one reason:  Because we like KotLC. I still like Dexiana, even though I ship Tiana. Heck, I used to ship Dexiana! ik that Dexiana is probably canon, but I still love Tiana anyways!

      Edit: oops i broke the thread ranting ab tiana *mentally slaps myself*

      That is so sweet! -Me

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    • THAT WAS SOOOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • shannon reveal yourself*

      is what I'm thinking

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    • Ha!!! I figured out that book 8.5 is my bros gift for me for my birthday. LMAO

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    • So luvky

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    • Whoever ships Sophitz-bruh. Sokeefe 4 ever. And Dexiana and Finh

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    • I rly hope there's some sort of backstory like with the black swan-and maybe the plague from book 4

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    • Sophitz

      Marex

      Keefiana

      Wylinh

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    • Oh jeez. I just thought that Jolie could be Lady Cadence. Jolie "died" like 17 years ago, and Lady Cadence went to the ogres around 16 years ago. I'm sure someone else thought of this-so kudos for them. But it makes sense. And maybe the Forklenator being Sophie's father because there's 2 of them

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    • 76.126.128.227 wrote:
      Oh jeez. I just thought that Jolie could be Lady Cadence. Jolie "died" like 17 years ago, and Lady Cadence went to the ogres around 16 years ago. I'm sure someone else thought of this-so kudos for them. But it makes sense. And maybe the Forklenator being Sophie's father because there's 2 of them

      but jolie was blond and a conjurer, and Cadence has black hair and is a WAIT SHE'S A CONJURER TOO but she's also a polyglot...

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    • Jolie could have hid being a polyglot. It's not exactly a very showing/show-y talent...it also never says that Jolie ISN'T a polyglot. It never even mentions the possibility...so....maybe?

      also, hair dye? The elves have elixirs I know but, same difference

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    • 74.12.43.125 wrote:
      Jolie could have hid being a polyglot. It's not exactly a very showing/show-y talent...it also never says that Jolie ISN'T a polyglot. It never even mentions the possibility...so....maybe?

      also, hair dye? The elves have elixirs I know but, same difference

      -bronte=brontosaurus 

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    • PLEASE! I NEED more! I'm BEGGING of you!! *sobs*

      .+*Cora*+.

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    • I love it Stellarllune123!! 

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    • wow, so great!!

      wait, but you said that the empress of trolls was empress lavia? Does that mean they replaced empress pernille? I thought that empress pernille had to just fill out a lot of stuff and look through the treaty rules she neglected, right?

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • 73.241.216.17 wrote:
      wow, so great!!

      wait, but you said that the empress of trolls was empress lavia? Does that mean they replaced empress pernille? I thought that empress pernille had to just fill out a lot of stuff and look through the treaty rules she neglected, right?

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours


      She got replaced because of her involvement with the experimentation at Everglen. It's way back in the first thread.

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    • Hello

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    • I love this fanfic!

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    • As I said before:

      BTW I am A FANDOM user 68.50.64.236 just got account

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      73.241.216.17 wrote:
      wow, so great!!

      wait, but you said that the empress of trolls was empress lavia? Does that mean they replaced empress pernille? I thought that empress pernille had to just fill out a lot of stuff and look through the treaty rules she neglected, right?

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours


      She got replaced because of her involvement with the experimentation at Everglen. It's way back in the first thread.

      Yep!! By the way, are you thinking about having a career as an author? I would definetly read your series because I like the way how you keep action in it but also inserting just not tooo much romance(Like Shannon...)

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    • yes, if you write a book, i would DEFINITLY read it!

      - little miss know it all

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    • Keephie4eva-remember how Sophie found the black hair dye in Jolie bathroom? All of it isn't just a series of inprobable coincidences(I'm responding to ur earlier comment btw- the "quote" thingy isn't working)

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    • It explains why Lady Cadence has black hair

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    • Also, remember when Forkle said that he wasn't Sophies father? It could be the other Forkle that donated DNA

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    • Pls post moooooooore. I've got nothing to do-especially with school ending-and every post I reread like 10 times. Pls??

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    • I rly hope Jolie is still alive. It would complicate EVERYTHING... but Shannon Messenger seems to be veeeeerrrrrrry good at that

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    • 76.126.128.227 wrote:
      I rly hope Jolie is still alive. It would complicate EVERYTHING... but Shannon Messenger seems to be veeeeerrrrrrry good at that

      True... but it would BREAK grady and edaline's relationship with sophie

      maybe

      I mean, it might not....

      But Sophie would feel jealous of Jolie (even tho she doesnt want to) and then Grady and Edaline would spend less time with Sophie because their catching up with Jolie and stuff

      Also, Jolie's mind cant be in great shape, she must be guilty about what Brant has done.

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    • But maybe Jolie doesn't want to go back to living with Grady and Eda bc of how they disapproved of Jolie and Brant being together. Also, they eventually separate from their parents to go live in a different house anyway... right??

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    • 76.126.128.227 wrote:
      Keephie4eva-remember how Sophie found the black hair dye in Jolie bathroom? All of it isn't just a series of inprobable coincidences(I'm responding to ur earlier comment btw- the "quote" thingy isn't working)

      omg, yes! if lady cadence is jolie, i would be so happy bc Jolie rlly didn't deserve to die because of her crazy (now dead) boyfriend

      - little miss know it all

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    • If Jolie really is alive... this makes everything so complicated! I'm not sure how Sophie would react to that.

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • 76.126.128.227 wrote: Ugh. Does anyone else have the problem where sometimes it allows u to reply, but sometimes it just says something like "loading editor" and ur unable to post-soooooooooo annoying

      Yeah, this happens to me all the time! Today is my lucky day for having this to work... urghhhh ... Why not work the other day?

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • Does anyone else have any ideas about Jolie being Lady Cadence??

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    • And Forkles definitely Sophies bio father. Forkle said that he wasn't her father, but his brother could be... Idk, I'm confusing myself

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    • Stellarlune123, I was wondering if u were going to use any of these ideas in ur fanfic. I really hate surprises

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    • Backstabbing too, it's horrible

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    • And the wait......

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    • might as well play Jeopardy music

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    • When's the next chapter?? I think we're almost all at ur mercy

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    • i mean, i don't  know about forkle being her bio dad bc i feel like he would think it's too risky which is probably why Stellarlune123 chose Tiergan to be her bio dad

      - little miss know it all

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    • Good point ig

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    • When are you going to post??? We are...yes, at your mercy.

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    • 67.60.133.231 wrote:
      When are you going to post??? We are...yes, at your mercy.

      I still have a couple weeks of school left, so it's probably going to be weekly until summer.  I'll be able to post more often then. 

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    • I don't think there's any work for the last week... so u should be able to post more often then?? idk. Different schools-different rules

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    • idk, my school ends in like 2 and 1/2 weeks! so excited!!!!!!!!!!!!

      - little miss know it all

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    • rly? My school ends next week

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    • yeah, we start like 9-5-2019, and end in like 6-26-2020

      - little miss know it all

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    • huh my school already ended

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • I start August 22 and end on June 12 I think

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      When are you going to post??? We are...yes, at your mercy.
      I still have a couple weeks of school left, so it's probably going to be weekly until summer.  I'll be able to post more often then. 

      Whoa. Stellarlune123 ur in school?!?!?!?!? How do u write this good???

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      When are you going to post??? We are...yes, at your mercy.
      I still have a couple weeks of school left, so it's probably going to be weekly until summer.  I'll be able to post more often then. 

      Whoa. Stellarlune123 ur in school?!?!?!?!? How do u write this good??

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    • Whoa. Wait. Stellarlune123 ur in SCHOOL?!?!?!?!?! How do u write this good???

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    • oops i said those 3 things over and over again. Glitches!!!

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    • Sry tho 

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    • its fine, but seriously, how is Stellarlune123  still in school, she writes amazing! ( idk if she is a girl O-O)

      - little miss know it all

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    • AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!! *starts ripping hair out* I NEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDD YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU TOOOOOOOOOOO POOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Don't mean to be pushy....

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    • Maybe a little pushy...

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    • LOL

      but IIIIIIII NNNNNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDD MMMMOOOOOOOORRRRRRREEEEEEE TTTTTOOOOOOOOOO

      but take ur time :)

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • Anything Stellarlune123 would write I'd love. This is an AWESOME fanfic

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    • Notif

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    • Do you have a posting scedule? Or do you just like to watch me suffer while I wait?



      Great fanfic, this is part of my quarentine life-support alongside searching for the 8.5 cover and just doing. . .nothing. Please post soon.

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    • 96.232.98.136 wrote:
      Do you have a posting scedule? Or do you just like to watch me suffer while I wait?


      Great fanfic, this is part of my quarentine life-support alongside searching for the 8.5 cover and just doing. . .nothing. Please post soon.

      I've been posting weekly during the past few weeks, which means that the next chapter should be out tomorrow.

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      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget
      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

      A tale dark and grimm, by Adam gidwitz

      stroy thieves by i forget

      rain, reign, by ann m. martin

      the wild robot by peter brown

      The mortal instrumets

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      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
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      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget
      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

      A tale dark and grimm, by Adam gidwitz

      stroy thieves by i forget

      rain, reign, by ann m. martin

      the wild robot by peter brown

      The mortal instrumets by someone


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      202.133.195.152 wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      The Keeper of the Divergent District wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      67.60.133.231 wrote:
      This is the only thing keeping me alive since I ran out of books to read. Any recommendations?

      - SophieFosterTheFroster

      The Martian by Andy Weir

      Realistic fiction:

      Anything by Heather Vogel F Brandon MUllredrick, Wendy Mass, or Noel Streatfield

      Fantasy:

      Harry Potter, anything by Rick Riordan 

      All of the Fablehven books by Brandon Mull

      All of the School for Good and Evil books by Soman Chainani

      Land of stories by chris colfer

      unwanteds series by lisa mcmann

      The alchemyst by michael scott

      Throne of glass (can be more inappropiate, just saying) by sarah J maas

      Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by I don't remember who
      Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
      All of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling (or, if you've already read them, reread them)

      All of the KotLC books by Shannon Messenger (reread them)

      Seeing redd by I forget
      Wonder by R. J. Palacio

      Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein

      A tale dark and grimm, by Adam gidwitz

      stroy thieves by i forget

      rain, reign, by ann m. martin

      the wild robot by peter brown

      The mortal instrumets by Cassandra Clare



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    • ^I'm getting the fiction-sci-fi vibes so some less popular books are the Hunger Games, Renegades, Rangers Apprentice, and Scythe. Two are great and two are okay in my opinion

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    • In addition to Rangers Apprentice, the Brotherband Chronicles are good too. All of them above are parts of series's which I like.

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    • Oooh, the mysterious Benedict society

      Its good

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    • The space between the chapters.....a ballroom length apart.

      -SophieFosterTheFroster

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    • Thanks for all the reviews - and the book reccomendations. :)


      Fifty-Six

      “Experimentation is becoming a serious issue,” Councillor Emery declared the next morning. “It’s risky, and, as we saw after the events at Everglen, it can have awful consequences. We need to work in a new clause to the trollish treaty to prevent this from ever occurring again.”

      They were in a round room called the Circle for the discussion of the trollish treaty. Though she’d been there before, it was easier for Sophie to keep the flashbacks at bay; all they’d done in this room last time was create the ogre treaty. 

      Across the table, King Dimitar rolled his eyes. “Yes, well, part of me finds that a little hard to believe that as the Black Swan haven’t met any consequences for their experiment.” He shot a dismissive look at Sophie, which made her wish she’d been allowed to bring her Sucker Punch with her.

      From the seat nearest the door, Empress Lavia was nodding along, fingering the gemstones on her crown.

      “May I remind you that you have an alliance with the Black Swan?” Councillor Cadence held up her swan pendant. “The Black Swan have proved that they are working towards the good of our world. The Neverseen have not. We are not here to debate the Black Swan’s actions—we are here to put a stop to the ruthless experimentation that has been occuring with the trolls.”

      “Sophie can heal broken minds,” Mr. Forkle reminded King Dimitar. “She’s very talented, and the fact that she’s at this table right now shows that our experimentation had a cause. Whereas the experiments the trolls have undertaken have not helped our society.”

      Though the ogre king still looked skeptical, he kept his mouth closed.

      “Thank you,” Councillor Emery told Councillor Cadence, before he turned his focus to Empress Lavia. “Surely you agree that what happened at Everglen was disastrous?”

      “Perhaps—but experimentation isn’t always wrong. It’s about new possibilities. New discoveries. We’ve edited the gel in the hives many times, after all, to make our next generation stronger than ever.”

      Emery took a deep breath. “The Neverseen have been experimenting for the greater evil on trolls and dwarves, and this is creating problems in our society. They’ve attacked innocent teenagers and adults of many different species.” 

      “I agree,” Queen Nubiti chimed in. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned from the stellarlune-enhanced dwarves, it’s that genetic modification should be restricted.”

      “It’s definitely unnatural,” added Aster, the gnomish representative.

      “We need to come to an agreement on this,” Emery urged Empress Lavia. “These experiments have harmed everyone at this table in various ways—they’ve harmed our society as a whole. Unity is essential when facing crises such as these.”

      That was the moment that everything went wrong.

      “Oh, unity? Like how the Council locks crucial information in caches just to keep it from being used for the greater good? Like how the ogre treaty—we’ll leave you alone if you leave us alone—was the only solution? Like how there are elvin rebel groups despite their society being supposedly perfect? Like my crown?”

      She pushed on several of the gemstones in a specific, deliberate rhythm. 

      The crown sent out a shock wave, immobilizing everyone in the room. Static rippled through Sophie’s mind like ice-cold waves.

      Sophie couldn’t move.

      Couldn’t speak.

      All she could do was stare.

      The top part of the crown shot up into the air and stuck to the ceiling. It compressed into an object that now looked much more like a gadget than a crown, with a tiny red dot encased in a crystal orb at the center of the wiring. 

      Threads of darkness streamed from the gadget like water out of a sprinkler, eliminating the light shed by the chandeliers and softly glowing lumenite walls. Holograms flared to life in the center of the round table, and Sophie couldn’t even close her eyes as the bright glare seared into her corneas.

      It was the same airy place Sophie had seen in the cache—the Council’s meeting room.

      Bronte was there, of course. Ramira, Velia, Zarina, Terik, Liora, Clarette, Emery, Noland, and Darek.

      Even Kenric.

      All of the members of the Council Sophie had known when she’d first came to the Lost Cities—except for Oralie.

      Instead, there was a Councillor who Sophie didn’t recognize. They had dark skin, cerulean eyes, and short black hair. Their intricate gold tunic told Sophie nothing about their gender.

      “Anything to report about the Human Assistance Program, Councillor Azariah?” Bronte asked.

      The Councillor in the gold tunic nodded. “One of our Emissaries reported that human buildings are being destroyed—and though the humans believe it to be the cause of their ‘world war’, it seems to be the work of elves. Another heard a rumor about ‘taking back the world from humans’. Both of these came from the areas where we are exerting the most influence.” They placed several charts and maps on the table, and after a long debate, Emery announced, “I think you’re right—this could be the work of elves.”

      “It’s impossible,” Councillor Noland declared. “Elvin sanity is far too fragile for such a thing.”

      The scene faded out, replaced by another.

      “We need to do something about those elves,” Bronte declared. “Destruction is happening more and more in the human cities, and we need a way to stop the elvish rebels. Apparently they were connected to the horrifying bombs—they’re trying to take down the humans.”

      “If we shut down the Human Assistance Program as a whole….” Emery began. “After what happened with the atomic bombs, maybe it’s doing more harm than good. And then we’d be able to restrict access into the Forbidden Cities much more.”

      “Why shouldn’t we continue the investigation?” Councillor Liora asked.

      Councillor Azariah sighed. “None of you are as involved in the program as I am. I’ve been working with Emissaries to track these elves down, but we just keep hitting dead ends. I don’t see the point in continuing the investigation if it’s not going to produce results. All we’ve learned is something about a symbol—a white eye. And if we restrict access, it’ll hold back this rebel group.”

      “The rebel group could just be a rumor anyway,” Councillor Ramira mused. “And we don’t want anyone with malicious intents getting their hands on this human technology.”

      “But the program’s helped the humans in the past,” Kenric argued. 

      “Yes,” Clarette admitted. “But continuing it could do more harm than good.”

      After rounds of debate, the Council came to a conclusion.

      Ten to two, with Kenric and Bronte voting no. 

      They would terminate the Human Assistance program.

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    • Oh 👎

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    • Your new chapter is really good!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • W O A H

      That was really good.

      Also, I saw people giving book recommendations and can't help but add some of my own. You should read the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas, and the prequel, called the Assassin's Blade (if you are thirteen or fourteen, and if you haven't read it already). I would also recommend the Lunar Chronicles, starting from the first book Cinder (again, if you haven't read it already, you should read it).

      That's all, and I'd just like to say that this chapter is VERY interesting :) :) :)



      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • That was awesome I loved it

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    • That chapter's great!!! Only problem is that we have to wait another week( ^__^ )

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    • THATTT WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • goes over about 20-30 comments.... did you just say WEEKLY!

      Why not daily????

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    • KOTLC hugefan wrote:
      goes over about 20-30 comments.... did you just say WEEKLY!

      Why not daily????

      Because I still have school left - and it can take me a while to write. Because of final projects, weekly still means that I'm going through my backlog of chapters. It took me three tries and a ton of brainstorming to come up with the right memory for this one. 

      When school ends, I'll probably be able to post more.

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    • this book was excellent I hope you will post another chapter soon!
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    • hey stellarlune, if/when you finish this fanfic, can you post all the chapters in a blog post? since theres 56 and counting chapters over two threads, that'd probably be easier to read.

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    • Wow, I love this new chapter!

      Amazing! 

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    • Kenric's still alive? He died in Everblaze and where's Oralie?!?

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    • i think that was a memory from the past tho

      - little miss know it all

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    • yeah bc there was that other counsellor Azariah that we had no idea existed

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    • 217.193.149.194 wrote:
      Kenric's still alive? He died in Everblaze and where's Oralie?!?

      It's a memory from the late 1940s, when the Human Assistance Program was cancelled. 

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    • SO good!!!

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      217.193.149.194 wrote:
      Kenric's still alive? He died in Everblaze and where's Oralie?!?
      It's a memory from the late 1940s, when the Human Assistance Program was cancelled. 

      Does anyone else think it's not coincidental that that was right after WWII

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    • WHOA. Your right.... The NEVERSEEN could Have done that!!!   Also, this is really good!

        ~ Councillor Oralie 

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    • I never thought of it like that... that's a interesting theory!

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • Yeah!

      - the mysterious miss F

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    • GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      hey stellarlune, if/when you finish this fanfic, can you post all the chapters in a blog post? since theres 56 and counting chapters over two threads, that'd probably be easier to read.

      Thanks - that's a great idea. I might do it like that, or I'll post it on fanfiction.net. 

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      GlitterButt&Greyfell wrote:
      hey stellarlune, if/when you finish this fanfic, can you post all the chapters in a blog post? since theres 56 and counting chapters over two threads, that'd probably be easier to read.
      Thanks - that's a great idea. I might do it like that, or I'll post it on fanfiction.net. 

      cool! would you maybe do both for people who don't have fanfiction.net?

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      KOTLC hugefan wrote:
      goes over about 20-30 comments.... did you just say WEEKLY!

      Why not daily????

      Because I still have school left - and it can take me a while to write. Because of final projects, weekly still means that I'm going through my backlog of chapters. It took me three tries and a ton of brainstorming to come up with the rightmemory for this one. 

      When school ends, I'll probably be able to post more.

      Oh my school just ended

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    • Same. Last day was Tuesday

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    • Mine to0

      Hey I'm writing a Harry Potter/KOTLC crossover fanfic if anyone's interested. Here's the link https://lost-cities-keeper.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:1363622

      -Specimen Sandor

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    • KOTLC hugefan wrote:
      Stellarlune123 wrote:
      KOTLC hugefan wrote:
      goes over about 20-30 comments.... did you just say WEEKLY!

      Why not daily????

      Because I still have school left - and it can take me a while to write. Because of final projects, weekly still means that I'm going through my backlog of chapters. It took me three tries and a ton of brainstorming to come up with the rightmemory for this one. 

      When school ends, I'll probably be able to post more.

      Oh my school just ended

      har, I missed my last day of school because of a stupid power outage and/or loss of wifi

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:

      217.193.149.194 wrote:
      Kenric's still alive? He died in Everblaze and where's Oralie?!?

      It's a memory from the late 1940s, when the Human Assistance Program was cancelled. 

      Oh, ok thanks

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    • Yas XD

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    • Hey guys!!! btw AMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGG FANFIC!!!! Anyways, I just posted my new FanFic and I was wondering if I could get some support pls? <3333 Here's the link: https://lost-cities-keeper.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:1379848

      tysm guys!! -Hayley/iceblueismafavourite

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    • PLS PLS PLS write more, I'm super psyched for the next chatper!!

      -MyLegacy'sCreepierThanYours

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    • Thanks for all the reviews!


      Fifty-Seven

      They knew about the Neverseen. 

      They knew and they locked it away.

      The gadget.

      The missing secret.

      Empress Lavia’s attitude towards experimentation.

      The hologram faded into darkness, and now Sophie couldn’t even see. Trying to distract herself, she started to count the seconds, the only coping mechanism she had left, as she fought off memories of the King’s Path in Loamnore. 

      Ten seconds passed.

      Twenty.

      Thirty.

      The shock wave receded and the room lightened, turning shadowy gray as sparks flew from the gadget, which was now vibrating wildly. Thin cracks spread across the ceiling, stones shifting precariously, like the room might collapse at any moment.

      Just like last time….

      “Dex, if you could levitate—” The words had barely left Biana’s mouth when Sophie heard a clatter; Dex jumped up from his seat, knocking over his chair in the process. Flailing like a newbie swimmer to build up resistance as he levitated, he shot up to the ceiling and started to wrestle with the gadget. 

      “I can’t—it won’t talk to me!” he shouted back. “It’s too powerful!”

      The largest crack widened.

      Her enhancing.

      Sophie felt for the tug, and when her fingertips tingled with energy she shot up towards the ceiling, kicking her legs and flapping her arms. She grasped Dex’s hand, and though he winced from the jolt he didn’t let go, his other hand a blur as he fought with the device. 

      “Thanks—could you hold my arm so I have both hands free?”

      Sophie nodded, shifting her grip as Dex’s hands flew even more furiously, twisting gems, yanking wires, muttering in an undertone. Nothing else mattered; her focus was only on Dex and the gadget. She felt the two of them start to slip as the ceiling shook again, and they barely avoided falling because of the death grip Dex had on the still-stuck contraption.

      “Hang on,” Biana called as she too began to levitate. She was followed moments later by Wylie and Stina. Biana grasped the edge of Dex’s tunic as Wylie reached for Sophie’s other hand; a moment later, Stina completed their loop. The five of them formed an uneasy circle in midair, their precarious position becoming more stable as Biana, Wylie, and Stina used their levitation to boost everyone.

      Sophie shifted her focus to enhancing, giving Dex all the power she could spare. Bits of metal and wire were zipping through the air like mosquitoes as Dex pulled and tugged at the contraption, some tangling themselves in Sophie’s hair, others grazing her face. 

      Seconds ticked by, and the shaking slowly ceased when Dex yanked out a series of tiny batteries and wires and other metal components. But he didn’t stop until the device was nothing more than metal scraps and glittering fragments that had once been gems.

      “Will the ceiling hold up?” Wylie asked as they drifted back down to the floor.

      Dex stared at the cracks, one long and jagged, with several thin lines splintering off of it. “Yeah, it should be okay.”

      They touched down, and Sophie was relieved to feel solid ground under her feet again.

      “You’re a genius,” Biana told Dex, wrapping him in a hug. “You’re never allowed to say that technopathy is stupid again.”

      “Yeah, that was amazing,” Sophie agreed, giving Dex a hug as well. “You saved everyone.”

      Wylie nodded in agreement as he gave Dex a high-five. “That was awesome.”

      All eyes turned to Stina.

      “Yeah, I agree,” she conceded. “It was cool—nice job, Dex.”

      She didn’t even sound sarcastic.

      “Where’d everyone go?” Sophie wondered, looking around the empty room. 

      “I assured them that you kids had it under control, so they’ve left to search for Empress Lavia,” Mr. Forkle explained from the doorway. “However, during the darkness we think she managed to escape—that’s what several of the goblins said—and we’re sure that by now she’s gone. A goblin reportedly saw her falling from the building, and judging by what that crown of hers could do, I assume she phase-shifted. We’ve concluded that she’s in league with the Neverseen and we know that several ogres are as well. Most likely, the lower piece of that crown of hers made her resistant to the shock wave and gave her the ability to phase-shift.”

      “What about this?” Biana asked, showing Mr. Forkle the cache-like object with the red stone at the center.

      “I can keep it for now.”

      Reluctantly, Biana handed it over.

      “You kids did great,” Mr. Forkle told them. He turned to Sophie. “The Council is requesting your help.”

      ***

      Everyone else was gathered in a large room downstairs, and the first thing Sophie noticed as she headed for the Councillors was that only four of them looked okay.

      Bronte. Alina. Oralie. Cadence.

      “What happened?” Sophie asked, looking at the other eight Councillors.

      The ones who had been in the memory.

      All of them were lying on the ground, unconscious.

      “We think their minds are broken, from the secrets in the cache,” Bronte explained. “None of them have responded to anything since we got them here, not even Councillor Alina's Beguiling. Miss Foster, we’d like you to verify our theory—and heal their minds, if possible.”

      Sophie took a deep breath to steady herself.

      She couldn’t doubt herself on this, couldn’t give in to fear.

      She could fix broken minds. 

      Couldn’t she?

      This will work, she told herself as she placed her fingers on Councillor Velia’s temples.

      Velia’s mind was a raging fury of fragments of memories, but Sophie pushed through, trying to find a thread of warmth, a nook, a safe space.

      There was nothing.

      Cold, black, darkness.

      Jagged sards of memories.

      As she forayed further and further into, she couldn’t find anything. 

      Thoughts echoed around her, but even that faded to a distant murmur. 

      Sophie drew on her knot of emotions, picturing her friends and family as she tried to inflict. But her emotions were too tangled, anger and fear and worry dampening the calm and happiness she was trying to send.

      The memory fragments and the darkness were crushing, suffocating Sophie, and she had to get out of there, before the guilt and fear took ahold of her, before it crushed her as well.

      Maybe it’ll work on Councillor Ramira, she tried telling herself.

      Ramira’s mind was also dark and cold—fragmented thoughts like icy gusts, sharp-edged memories that were becoming more and more twisted. The memories shifted and shoved, and there was no trail of warmth for Sophie to follow. Sophie couldn’t even inflict—it was in her mind, her heart, dragging her down. 

      She drew herself out, resolving to try again.

      It’ll work this time, she promised herself.

      Each time, it didn’t work.

      Their minds were too shattered. 

      Too dark, too cold.

      The break was too deep.

      Sophie wanted to cry, wanted to scream, but instead she resisted the urge to tug on a loose eyelash as she stood and turned to face the Councillors.

      “Did it work?” Councillor Alina asked Sophie.

      She shook her head. “I tried, but they had gone too far.”

      “Would you be willing to try again at a later time?” Bronte asked.

      “But—it could get worse if I wait any longer—” 

      “You’re feeling nervous, frantic and slightly guilty—even though this is not your fault,” Oralie cut in. “With how emotions affect inflicting and even telepathy, trying again when you’re ready would be beneficial.”

      Empaths.

      “I agree.” Bronte turned to the rest of the Council. “We should update the other species leaders and discuss a contingency plan. Sophie, would you be willing to inform your team?”

      She managed a nod.

      “Thank you. The five of you, along with your parents, are free to go."

      Oralie’s eyes met Sophie’s. "It isn't your fault."

      Sophie wanted to believe her.

      But there was a nagging voice in her head that kept saying, What if you weren't trying hard enough?

      What if you can't figure out how to fix them?

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    • Wow, this is really good! nice job!

      but wasn't Bronte on the council before Emery and everyone else?

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    • Great job!!!

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    • Keephie4eva wrote:
      Wow, this is really good! nice job!

      but wasn't Bronte on the council before Emery and everyone else?

      He was, but he voted no, so the guilt's not getting to him.

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      Keephie4eva wrote:
      Wow, this is really good! nice job!

      but wasn't Bronte on the council before Emery and everyone else?

      He was, but he voted no, so the guilt's not getting to him.

      oh, ok

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    • 90.91.152.24 wrote:
      THIS IS THE BEST FANFIC EVER!!! You are an awesome writer and you brought out details I hadn’t really noticed in the series, exactly what Shannon Messenger would do! I’m probably the one thousandth person saying you are Shannon in disguise. Quoting Keefe: "You are still in denial mode"! Please continue posting/writing this story, it is awesome. Do you consider becoming an author? I would definitely buy your books.

      THANK YOU! ​​​​​​​I'm sort of considering becoming an author. If anyone wants to help me out, please give me constructive criticism (ex: this character seemed out of character in this scene for this reason). It's totally optional but I need to get better at taking advice about my writing. 

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:
      90.91.152.24 wrote:
      THIS IS THE BEST FANFIC EVER!!! You are an awesome writer and you brought out details I hadn’t really noticed in the series, exactly what Shannon Messenger would do! I’m probably the one thousandth person saying you are Shannon in disguise. Quoting Keefe: "You are still in denial mode"! Please continue posting/writing this story, it is awesome. Do you consider becoming an author? I would definitely buy your books.
      THANK YOU!

      ​​​​​​​I'm sort of considering becoming an author. If anyone wants to help me out, please give me constructive criticism (ex: this character seemed out of character in this scene for this reason). It's totally optional but I need to get better at taking advice about my writing. 

      I will if I find anything... I dont feel like rereading the whole thing XD

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:

      90.91.152.24 wrote:
      THIS IS THE BEST FANFIC EVER!!! You are an awesome writer and you brought out details I hadn’t really noticed in the series, exactly what Shannon Messenger would do! I’m probably the one thousandth person saying you are Shannon in disguise. Quoting Keefe: "You are still in denial mode"! Please continue posting/writing this story, it is awesome. Do you consider becoming an author? I would definitely buy your books.

      THANK YOU! ​​​​​​​I'm sort of considering becoming an author. If anyone wants to help me out, please give me constructive criticism (ex: this character seemed out of character in this scene for this reason). It's totally optional but I need to get better at taking advice about my writing. 

      No seriously you are doing a great job and you really sound like Shannon. If your school has a writing club, you should definitely check it out or if it doesn’t make a English literature teacher consider it (if it works like that in your school).

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      Fifty-Eight

      They were back at Havenfield under Calla's tree, but even the soothing melodies and swaying branches couldn't keep Sophie from feeling frantic. She found it hard to focus as she explained what had happened to her teammates; when she finished, she was fighting to stay calm.

      "Are you okay?"

      Sophie stared at Stina in shock. 

      "Your emotions are so strong I can sense them without physical contact," she explained. "It's not your fault that the Neverseen are super creepy and evil. And you're feeling like you're the only one who can do this—and yeah, you can heal broken minds, but being the moonlark doesn't mean you have to do everything right the first time."

      Sophie didn't know what to say.

      "I second that," Dex added. 

      "Thirded," Biana said.

      Wylie nodded. "Just because you can't do it now doesn't mean it won't work later. And even if it doesn't, it's the Neverseen's fault." 

      "Was the Council giving you a hard time about it?" Dex asked.

      Sophie shook her head.

      "If it's possible to fix the broken minds, I know you can do it," Biana assured her. "Also, is there anything that we can be working on? You'll feel better if we have a project—and if there's nothing major, we can come up with one. Like dyeing Fitz's hair pink."

      "Sounds like my kind of plan," Dex told her.

      "Yeah, bring it on," Stina agreed.

      "I'm not sure if we have any leads," Sophie admitted. "There's the starstone from Ruy—maybe Mr. Forkle missed something when he investigated there and we can take a closer look—or the leaping crystal on the lamppost in London?"

      "The London one doesn't lead to anything," Dex confirmed. "Mr. Forkle, Jax, and my mom investigated a few days after you and Fitz and Keefe snuck away to London without us, and it's just a neutral meeting place."

      "Wait, how come no one told me about this?" Sophie wondered.

      Then she remembered how after London, she'd had that crazy day—from searching Lord Cassius's memories to running into Alvar while at Candleshade to realizing Oralie was her biological mother—and she'd spent the day after that ignoring her Imparter hails and trying to keep herself distracted. And then there was the fight in Loamnore, and then she'd spent all her time in the Healing Center with Keefe, and then there was the cache….

      "Never mind. But the starstone from Ruy—maybe the Neverseen use illusions to hide their bases, like the one where we caught Ruy and Alvar. So if we went back there, and brought Keefe with us, maybe we'll be able to find something."

      "Would the Council let us investigate that?" Biana wondered. "They've already given Mr. Forkle a chance to take a look."

      "Yeah, but they didn't know about the illusions—and since they're probably dealing with a ton of diplomatic craziness they might be open to us investigating on our own," Dex countered. 

      "If there are illusions, Keefe should come with us," Wylie added.

      Sophie nodded. "I'll talk to Grady tonight."

      ***.

      “Does this mean I’m part of Team Fancypants now?” Keefe joked, studying the half-circle of boulders.

      The Council had given permission for Team Valiant, Grady, and Keefe to investigate (along with Sandor, Woltzer, Ro, and Lovise), and the starstone had taken them to a rocky inlet on the side of a mountain. The area was small, surrounded by boulders and bushes—some of which seemed to have been moved there to cover up the area. As the bodyguards moved into a half-circle to cover the area, Sophie noticed that the lineup of the boulders was almost a perfect arc—too deliberate to be natural.

      “No, but Lady Fos-Boss is still in charge,” Dex shot back. “Speaking of which, how are we splitting up the search?”

      Sophie looked at Grady.

      Grady shook his head. “It’s your team, kiddo.”

      “There might be something hidden by illusions,” Sophie mused. “Wylie and Keefe—you two can look for anything suspicious with light or shadows. Dex, if I enhance you, will you be able to sense any weird technology?” 

      “Definitely.”

      “Great. Stina, Biana, and Grady—can you guys take a look at the boulders? The arrangement looks a little too precise.”

      "I'm definitely picking up a hint of Gisela's scent," Ro warned. "It's faded—it must be weeks old. And I think we have proof that ogre senses are superior."

      Woltzer glared at her. "We'll see about that when the search is complete. And speaking of ogre tactics versus goblin tactics, dyeing your hair pink and orange isn't going to help with camoflauge."

      Ro rolled her eyes. 

      "There's nothing wrong with hair dye," Lovise shot back as she started to search the area, gesturing to her indigo ponytail. "Ask Dex."

      "You helped her do that?" Sophie asked Dex as she switched her enhancing on. 

      Dex nodded as they headed for the boulders. "Yeah, right before the summit. I was going to dye my hair too, but she pointed out that it wouldn't help people take me seriously."

      They searched the boulders thoroughly, but when Dex didn’t sense anything, they switched to searching the ground. That didn’t work either; they changed their focus to the face of the mountain, Dex holding Sophie’s hand as she enhanced him while his other hand ran along the bushes and rocks.

      "Sensing anything?" Sophie asked.

      "Not yet—whoa. Yeah, I'm sensing some machinery."

      They began to move further down. "It's some kind of locking mechani—" His hand disappeared into a rock. "What is this?"

      Sophie stared at his arm. "There has to be an illusion here."

      "I've got this," Keefe declared.

      Sophie dropped Dex’s hand; she switched her enhancing off as she and Dex backed away. Keefe reached out his arms, drawing light with his left hand and shadows with his right, unraveling the the close-knit web of light and shadows coating the mountainside. The plants and rocks faded away as a round, intricately locked door came into view, made from metal and stone, almost blending in with the mountain on its own. Tiny mirrors were set into the door and around it, there to bend the light and shadows and create the illusion.

      “Could it be a Neverseen hideout?” Stina wondered.

      “Only one way to find out, right?” Dex placed his hands on the lock. 

      With a cacophany of arguing, Sandor, Lovise, and Grady rushed in to stop him. It was Grady’s message that got through: “We need to see if there are any Neverseen members in the hideout first.”

      “I can check for thoughts,” Sophie suggested. She closed her eyes, focusing on the space beyond the closed door.

      Silence. 

      “Nobody’s there—and I don’t think the Neverseen would give us a starstone to one of their hideouts, anyway,” she added, trying to pacify Grady, Lovise, and Sandor, who still looked wary. “Work your magic, Dex.”

      Dex grinned as the bodyguards reluctantly stepped aside to let him try the lock. 

      Ten seconds.

      Twenty.

      Thirty.

      And then, as Dex shouted, “I’ve got it!” at thirty-eight, the door swung inwards.

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    • 90.91.152.24 wrote:

      Stellarlune123 wrote:

      90.91.152.24 wrote:
      THIS IS THE BEST FANFIC EVER!!! You are an awesome writer and you brought out details I hadn’t really noticed in the series, exactly what Shannon Messenger would do! I’m probably the one thousandth person saying you are Shannon in disguise. Quoting Keefe: "You are still in denial mode"! Please continue posting/writing this story, it is awesome. Do you consider becoming an author? I would definitely buy your books.
      THANK YOU!

      I'm sort of considering becoming an author. If anyone wants to help me out, please give me constructive criticism (ex: this character seemed out of character in this scene for this reason). It's totally optional but I need to get better at taking advice about my writing. 

      No seriously you are doing a great job and you really sound like Shannon. If your school has a writing club, you should definitely check it out or if it doesn’t make a English literature teacher consider it (if it works like that in your school).

      My school does "Writer's Circle" in the library on Tuesdays during lunch, and there's instant hot chocolate. It's one of my favorite things about school—just getting to write with other people around. And, okay, the hot chocolate is definitely part of it. 

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    • I was wondering... I am underage btw....can i still read fanfics? 

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    • KOTLC hugefan wrote:
      I was wondering... I am underage btw....can i still read fanfics? 

      People who are just FANDOM users can, so if you come on anonymously you probably should be able to.

      Also, sorry that you're underage- having to leave the wiki must suck. 

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    • Hi! I wanted to ask if you can find keeper books on amazon or any kind of bookstore because I only have exile and everblaze.

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    • 116.88.178.249 wrote:
      Hi! I wanted to ask if you can find keeper books on amazon or any kind of bookstore because I only have exile and everblaze.

      I'm reasonably sure about that, yes.

      but before you look at amazon, go on the website of your local bookstore and see if they have it. that's what I did, and I'm pretty sure it was cheaper than amazon because it was no shipping

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    • Stellarlune123 wrote:

      90.91.152.24 wrote:

      Stellarlune123 wrote:

      90.91.152.24 wrote:
      THIS IS THE BEST FANFIC EVER!!! You are an awesome writer and you brought out details I hadn’t really noticed in the series, exactly what Shannon Messenger would do! I’m probably the one thousandth person saying you are Shannon in disguise. Quoting Keefe: "You are still in denial mode"! Please continue posting/writing this story, it is awesome. Do you consider becoming an author? I would definitely buy your books.
      THANK YOU!

      I'm sort of considering becoming an author. If anyone wants to help me out, please give me constructive criticism (ex: this character seemed out of character in this scene for this reason). It's totally optional but I need to get better at taking advice about my writing. 

      No seriously you are doing a great job and you really sound like Shannon. If your school has a writing club, you should definitely check it out or if it doesn’t make a English literature teacher consider it (if it works like that in your school).

      My school does "Writer's Circle" in the library on Tuesdays during lunch, and there's instant hot chocolate. It's one of my favorite things about school—just getting to write with other people around. And, okay, the hot chocolate is definitely part of it. 

      Ok, cool And it’s definitely a bonus that there is hot chocolat

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    • 116.88.178.249 wrote:
      Hi! I wanted to ask if you can find keeper books on amazon or any kind of bookst