Every decision a person makes can have consequences. But what if you never knew you had an option? And what if you weren’t given a choice?
Liam’s Oblivion: Part Three
After what had seemed like an eternity, Liam bolted out the door from his last class. The day had dragged on in an endless torment, and the clocks seemed to have been working against him. Now, however, the day had been done and his life could finally begin. He leapt down the stairs, three at
Liam’s Oblivion: Part Two
“Morning Liam. Sorry about yesterday… again,” greeted David as he shovelled the remaining bites of a bagel into his mouth. “It’s okay,” Liam assured his friend, “it wasn’t a total loss. I ended up applying for a job at that video shop next to the water fountain in the mall,” he announced proudly, as he
Liam’s Oblivion: Part One
“Pass the ball already!” screamed the agitated voice of Jeff Timmons, middle school’s star basketball player. Liam dodged to left and swung himself around an opposing player, slammed the ball down against the shining wooden floor and watched as it bounced through the boy’s spread legs until landing securely in the clutches of Jeff’s hands.