(If you want a happy ending, it all depends on where you stop telling your story.)
December 21, 2013.
- Part 4 of (interlude) to the apocalypse
His hopes ache to someday be redeemed. Comprehension, however, is relative, especially when it comes to the mentally unstable.
Too much sanity was madness. Goddamn, goddamn, god bless.
- Part 3 of (interlude) to the apocalypse
She lies not within our sight. (Death and its reversal.)
They were disillusioned pawns who knew discontent, who saw more than the conceptual good and evil of their world would lead them to believe. Sometimes, the night goes on forever.
- Part 2 of (interlude) to the apocalypse
Clay Kaczmarek isn’t afraid of dying, only of never being found.
Or: the convergence of fatalism, death, and what comes after.
- Part 1 of (interlude) to the apocalypse
An imprecise focus on Desmond Miles — full-time loser assassin, part-time wiseass, and the unlikely savior of the world, as seen through a convergence in perspectives.