Follow Me! Follow Me Down!

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
The mistake was that he went after the unknown. The main character has to escape the dangers of the tunnels in order to survive, but, with the fall in a new environment, more of his vital senses are lost and he must continue running without even being able to see ahead. Now he must face his fears and must try to stay alive while searching for the thing he wants most.
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About M.C. Sburlea

I was not privileged but I was lucky enough to travel the world and who managed to immerse myself in many cultures which have taught me a lot. I love learning new information about basically everything but with an emphasis on human rights, history, the universe, multiculturalism. I cannot say I live in a specific country because, since 2007, I had the opportunity to live in several countries on different continents and I did not manage to decide where exactly to settle down so I am still trying to do a semester in one country (studying or teaching - and sometimes both), the next in a different one and so on. I loved to paint, write and sing as a child, but due to unfortunate circumstances I had to give it all up until I turned 24 and I met the artist I most admire in this world and who had an amazing reaction to what I was doing and so I decided to give my passions another chance and turned from a career as a political consultant to teaching universal history and doing things related to art (so I would not say that my life has changed since 2012, I just completely shifted focus, whoaaa :D ).

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Review by: jay1 on Jan. 16, 2014 :
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Review by: mike ross on Jan. 08, 2014 :
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Review by: charles, Jr on Oct. 21, 2013 :
Like a different reader said: "this reads like a nightmare". And that is exactly why I love it. Great job mate.
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Review by: andrew smith on Oct. 21, 2013 :
Awesome. Reading this makes me feel like I am in the story, like I am going through all of it. Yaiks!
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Review by: Jamie J. Buchanan on Oct. 20, 2013 :
This reads like a nightmare - a seemingly endless attempt to escape forces and dangers unknown. like most dreams, reason and linear reality obscure or are completely voided. There are some grammar issues (nothing a proof-read wouldn't fix) but the idea is interesting indeed. As a stand-alone story, it needs a bit of work (i.e. some more "who's" and "whys"), but as part of a larger story it would read well with a bit of grammar work. Thanks for the free read
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Review by: Jonathan Antony Strickland on Oct. 02, 2013 :
The whole story feels like a nightmare with strange claustrophobic edge cutting deeper the more I read.

Not sure what the girl who he followed represented but this little short was still good stuff.
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