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Second Class Supers – Page 56

Read Second Class Supers – Page 55 Kya’s jaw fell, her mouth hung wide open. The words felt like a saw ripping through her brain. She turned her body slowly and looked directly at Sam. His face had a look of surprise as well, but when his eyes turned to her own, his expression changed.…

Second Class Supers – Page 54

Read Second Class Supers – Page 53 Callidus and Nitor walked ahead of the two Shadow Striders carrying Facillis’ lifeless body. Unlike Amelia’s funeral, there was no smell of death, only the evergreens that surrounded them. Audentia shuffled along, devoid of any expression, at the back of the group. She was supported by Marge and…

Second Class Supers – Page 52

Read Second Class Supers – Page 51 The sun continued to crawl across the sky as Kya and Marge stood looking down on the settlement. Kya realized that she knew of a few parks with government signs on the outskirts of the city, but she never had a reason to go looking for them. She…

Second Class Supers – Page 50

Read Second Class Supers – Page 49 As they pulled into the church parking lot, Sam found a spot and turned off his car. He reached across Kya to open the glove box then handed her a small box of tissues. At first, she felt slightly offended by his gesture, feeling that it was a…

Second Class Supers Returns

After nearly three weeks, Second Class Supers is starting back up tomorrow with page fifty. If you were expecting something special because it is page fifty, then you might be a bit disappointed. I know that I had preconceived notions that we were going to have to make it an amazing page, but the page…

Second Class Supers – Page 48

Read Second Class Supers – Page 47 Kya couldn’t believe how easily she felt like she was fitting in with the owner of Classic Communication. She tried to keep her excitement in check as the interview wrapped up. Streams of coloured light bounced around the wide open, high ceilings from the stained glass windows. The…

Second Class Supers – Page 46

Read Second Class Supers – Page 45 Sam groaned and ran his fingers through his hair. “Kya, money isn’t everything. I loved my family. I loved my life. Then I lost my mom. My dad chose social status over my well being. It sucked. It still really sucks. It doesn’t matter what I do. He…