Underside

      Luann Jung / Science Fiction
Underside

Aelise Teronne was an assassin working for the Kandu Law Enforcement. She was part of a group of trained superhumans who were programmed into forced killing. Escaping from her controllers, Aelise goes to set things right and make up for what she had already done. Twisting herself into tangles of all things complicated, she learns to treat herself not as a violent assassin, but as a changed person.Aelise Teronne used to be an assassin working for the Kandu Law Enforcement. She was in the Wolf level of assassins, a collection of highly skilled and trained superhumans who were programmed into killing everyone they were told to. Aelise did that, but the programmed computer chip proved faulty, and she could resist the orders from the chip . . . only after killing everyone she could, and throwing her world into chaos. Now there's only one thing on her mind, to destroy her enemy. Her enemy who controlled her and made her their slave. Escaping from the KLE (Kandu Law Enforcement) was an easy task after her mind no longer belonged to them, and she goes out to set things right, kill someone one last time, and make up for what she had already done. Twisting herself into a complicated tangle of allies, danger, family, love, insanity, and self-doubt, she learns to treat herself not as a once violent assassin, but a changing person.
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    Wanderlust - Hours of the Day

      Luann Jung
Wanderlust - Hours of the Day

Wanderlust - Hours of the Day Edition.A collection of 24 poems from Luann Jung, one per hour of the day. Warning: poems range from sad to happy to free-verse to rhyming to violent to just plain weird. Prepare for the Wanderlust poetry experience.The piece, as written and published November 7, 1953, is as follows: ________________________________________Dear Mr. Editor Your mystery farm this week was my home. My father, Harvey Hopper, built the house 50 years ago. I remember as a small child (am I telling my age?) I watched the entire structure being erected, climbing to the highest places, swinging my legs over, rolling in the bath tub before the legs were attached until my father caught me and gave me a lesson, where it was most effective, as to what little girls should, and should not do.
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