Volume 35: November, 2008Hello everyone!
Volume 35 of The Edge of Propinquity has been published. The dead of the year is almost upon us and as the end is nigh for this year's story arcs, the body count grows towards the climatic finish. This month, we have a betrayal of trust, a rallying of the troops, the heralding of good news followed by bad, revenge for an old hurt, the death of an old enemy and the makings of a new one.
Kendrick - Breaking Point by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
Doctor Mercer is dead but there is no time to mourn his violent passing. One of Kendrick's own has been taken – him, his wife and his children. If the Children of Anu have their way, they will be dead by morning. Everyone has to put their differences aside if they want to save the one thing worth saving: innocence.
Luminations - Intervention, Part One by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Katy McCormick has run out of time, and in one cold night, everything falls apart. Abandoned by her friends and delivered into the hands of her enemies, Katy is determined to fight to the end. But even after all that Katy has seen and endured, she is left unprepared for her enemies' one final shocking revelation.
Santa Maria - Tidings by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Mac arrives with good news for Rodrigo and Ant, hoping it will shake Rod from his depression over Bree's death. Jack Dandelion has something important to discuss with Ant, but is interrupted by an unwelcome visitor.
Vorare - Final Fights by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
The flight of Ghouls and the burning of the Farm; the final confrontation between two old foes - and a new confrontation between foes even older.
Guest Author - Let's Pretend by Seanan McGuire AKA seanan_mcguire
Do you remember that friend you had in grade school? The one you swore to be friends with forever? You don't? Well, they remember you and this is what happens to people who forget their promises because some people never forget... or forgive.
Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?
Chief Cat Herder
The Edge of Propinquity