Two Stories that MUST be read. · 8:08am
Lines and Webs and Dusk's Dangerous Game by Airstream. These two stories are by far the most enrapturing stories I've ever read. And I've read quite a few hundred stories. I am thanking every star in the Sky I could hit the next button when I finished reading the chapter. The second story wasn't completed it was missing one chapter.
When I finished that chapter I found myself wonder where he could be going. It was easily over, and I couldn't see anywhere he could take this without something coming from completely out of left field. It made sense when I read that last chapter. They never did officially end the thing with the place over the disagreement.
I digress. I stayed up for a solid 47 hours to read all of it in one go on top of other things I had to do. I simply couldn't focus on sleep knowing the next chapter was waiting for me. I've read some stories that made me stay up late sure, but none like this. I feel so odd right now I can't describe it.
There were very very few errors I could find, and those I did were so small I'd just be an ass of a Grammar Nazi to point them out. The story telling was perfect. It keeps you guessing what's next, wondering what's about to happen, and questioning your theory's on what's going to happen until the chapter it happens in. Because in that chapter, shortly before it happens, it gives you a new piece of the puzzle that changes what it is.
I am amazed at the Author's astounding ability to have this story as thoroughly planned out as it was considering it is bodering on hearly 400,000 thousand words. (393,016 for those interested in an exact number.)
There is not a person I wouldn't recommend this story to.