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DW - The Mystery of Haruhi Suzumiya - Chapter 7It's been a rough year for me. Maybe 2016 will be smoother and full of new opportunities. And maybe I'll finish this story before then. Probably won't, but I'll try.DW - The Mystery of Haruhi Suzumiya - Chapter 7 by What-the-Gaff
Okay, we're getting into the meat of the story now. Everything has been building up to these chapters. Remember, the Mystery of Haruhi Suzumiya is meant to be experimental writing, I'm trying to improve my styles. If you think there's something I'm doing right, or something I could be doing better, you let me know in the reviews.
At this point, I think the synapses are redundant. You must have read the previous chapters, so you already remember them.
The Oubliette Prison Station is not a place people go to pass a dime, as the saying goes. There is no reprieve, no appeal, and no parole. No possibility of escape. True to its name, the Oubliette is where people are sent away to be forgotten. It floats in empty space just outside the known universe, in a pocket dimension accessible only by spec
DW - The Mystery of Haruhi Suzumiya - Chapter 6This one took some time, but at last we're entering the third arc. I expect this one to be much longer than the others. A lot of new characters are being introduced, and a lot of long standing threads will come together in the following chapters. As ever, feedback and criticism is appreciated, especially if you've already fav'd and followed this story.DW - The Mystery of Haruhi Suzumiya - Chapter 6 by What-the-Gaff
The Last of the Timelords, the Oncoming Storm, the Lonely God. The Doctor is an alien from the planet Gallifrey in the constellation of Kasterborous, who long ago stole a wondrous sentient ship called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimensions In Space) from his own people and ran away. Bigger on the inside and stuck in the shape of a London Police Box, the TARDIS can travel anywhere in time and space. Completely brilliant and mad as a hatter, the unnamed Doctor and his companions wander through the fourth dimension, looking for fun and always finding trouble. He has lived many lives and encountered many str
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