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Eternal Horizon

Eternal Horizon

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Published by Kateration
It has been 17 years since Isabella Swan’s death, and young Adora has moved to Forks, igniting gossip everywhere she turns. As Adora slowly unravels the clues that lead her down a path riddled with even more questions, she begins to realize that it seems to be more than coincidence, drawing her farther away from the life she knows, and into a world, she does not understand. The closer she gets to the truth, the more her own destiny becomes irrevocably entwined with the girl that haunts the small town. She wonders why everything that’s happening revolves around the mysterious Edward Cullen, and why he seems to hold the key to the answers she’s spent a lifetime searching for.
It has been 17 years since Isabella Swan’s death, and young Adora has moved to Forks, igniting gossip everywhere she turns. As Adora slowly unravels the clues that lead her down a path riddled with even more questions, she begins to realize that it seems to be more than coincidence, drawing her farther away from the life she knows, and into a world, she does not understand. The closer she gets to the truth, the more her own destiny becomes irrevocably entwined with the girl that haunts the small town. She wonders why everything that’s happening revolves around the mysterious Edward Cullen, and why he seems to hold the key to the answers she’s spent a lifetime searching for.

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The main characters herein depicted, and the rules of the world that they are bound in, are not 
of my creation. They do not belong to me. They belong to Stephanie Meyer’s. She created a universe for 
us all, where we might lose ourselves in the untamable desires and dreams of our own hearts. I am very grateful for all she has given us, for she has breathed a new hope into lives, shrouded by the attemptsour society has made, to repress our imaginations, and limit our struggle to reach far and beyond theboundaries of our own fragile existence. I will claim no credit for the inspiration of a lifetime, I will however say, that it was my own fatally flawed dissatisfaction with the closing fragments of the world she created, that spawned the words, of which I have carefully pieced together here, in my own refusal 
to accept the fact that Edward and Bella’s story was complete. After all, they are vampires, and vampires
are immortal. Moreover, as long as they exist, so does their love. And if they cease to exist; does their 
love cease to exist too? Or is love eternal, undying…forever? 
 
I present to you, my own vision of Stephanie Meyer’s world, where faith knows no bounds and love never 
dies.I give you:
Eternal Horizon
 
 
 L
ove is patient; love is kind and envies no one. It is not boastful, nor conceited, nor rude;it is not selfish, not quick to take offense. It is not easily angered,it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil,but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things,hopes all things, and endures all things. Love never ends.
Love never fails.
  In a word, there are three thingsthat last forever: faith, hope, and love; B
ut the greatest of them all is love.”
 
Corinthians 13: 4
8
 
 
Preface
Throughout time, the question of how we came into existence has been the root of our eternal quest for answers about our own humanity. Science and religion have constantly clashedviolently, disputing the proof of truth and faith, and all the unexplainable aspects of how we wereall created. Human and Vampire. Are we both merely an anomaly of evolution? Did anomnipotent being mold us in their image and scatter our souls amongst the earth like seeds tosoil? Or was our conception something far more complex than even we, can understand? Will weever understand?
“Sometimes questions are more powerful than answers.
Where does it come from, this quest? This need to solve life's mysteries, when the simplest of questions can never be answered. Why are we here? What is the soul? Why do we dream? Perhaps we'd be better off not looking at all. Not doubting, not yearning. That's not human nature. Not the humanheart. That is not why we are here. This quest. This need to solve life's mysteries. In the end, what does it matter when the human heart can only find meaning in the smallest of moments? In the beginning, there was discovery. A confusion of elements. The first snowfall of impossiblechange. Old lives undone, left behind. Strange faces, made familiar. New nightmares, to challenge sleep. New friends, to feel safe with. Only then comes control. The need to impose order unto chaos, throughdetermination through study, through struggle. All in defiance of a thundering truth. To everything, thereis a season, and a time to every purpose.The Earth spins at a thousand miles an hour as we desperately try to keep from being thrown off. Like the first blush in winter, that signals a great migration. Is there any warning of their arrival? A sign,a single event that set this chain into motion? Was it a whisper in God's ear? Survive. Adapt. Escape. And if we could mark our single moment in time, that first hint of a prophecy of approaching danger..., would we have done anything differently? Could it have been stopped? Or was the die long ago cast? And if wecould go back, alter its course; stop it from happening... would we?When all seems lost, the future unknowable, our very existence in peril, all we can do is run. Weare, if anything, creatures of habit. Drawn to the safety and the comfort of the similar. But what happenswhen the familiar becomes unsafe? When the fear that we've been desperately trying to avoid, finds us

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