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I Will Rise

I Will Rise

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The first chapter from my Bram Stoker nominated first novel I WILL RISE, in which Charles Baxter, ultra loser, laments upon life, death, seizures and pesky erections.

In the book, Charles is killed while commiting a random act of vandalism, but then is brought back to life and given the power to destroy the world. Much blood shed, angst and fun ensue!

Order a copy where ever fine books are sold...

Visit Michael Louis Calvillo
www.destroymc.com

The first chapter from my Bram Stoker nominated first novel I WILL RISE, in which Charles Baxter, ultra loser, laments upon life, death, seizures and pesky erections.

In the book, Charles is killed while commiting a random act of vandalism, but then is brought back to life and given the power to destroy the world. Much blood shed, angst and fun ensue!

Order a copy where ever fine books are sold...

Visit Michael Louis Calvillo
www.destroymc.com

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Published by: Michael Louis Calvillo on Sep 27, 2009
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I Will Rise 
ByMichael Louis Calvillo
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Calvillo,
Chapter 1I’ve got the Whole World in My Hand
Goddamn the pain!This time it hurts more than ever. No playing.My left hand, gimphand-fuckup-ruiner, arches and contorts wildly. Mindof its own that hand. Autonomous motor control. Spastic just to spite me,and in seconds I’m on my knees, left arm raised to the heavens, traitor palmup, fingers twitching this way and that. The world around me blurs, rainbowstreaks, everything tangible to mushy, muddled trails of color.I crane for a better look at my upraised palm and, carved within its surfaceI see a perfect, ravaged circle — bloodless, but dark and deep. The backsideof the hand, despite the apparent chasm, is intact, run through with veintrails and the inline of bone. I crane my neck for a second look at the palm’ssurface.Deep.Dark and endless.A vast, abysmal crater.
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