The In-between – Part 32 of 31 – THE END

The End

What? I don’t like rules. Plus its only a short one. That’s it. Job done. πŸ™‚


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“You don’t want to be going over there” came a voice out of nowhere. “It won’t end well.”

It was the first noise I had heard since I awoke in this place and I spun around, desperately searching for it’s source. There was no up and no down and for as far as I could see a grey nothing stretched before me in every direction.

She was a pretty girl with dark hair dressed in a flowing white dress with a blue butterfly clip in her hair.

“My name’s McCann” she said extending a hand to me and smiling. “You need to come with me Armitage.”

The name sounded familiar.

“Is that my name” I asked.

“It is yes” McCann answered as she took my hand. “And this is Margaret” she said as a warm faced grey haired woman stepped out from behind her.

“She is new here too, I think you two are going to get along quite famously.”

THE END

Author: Michael

Husband, dad,programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

26 thoughts on “The In-between – Part 32 of 31 – THE END”

  1. Oh, so it comes to a happy ending, but with a cliffhanger. πŸ˜€ Noyce. πŸ˜€ Just turn this into a novel dude. You are in UK, much easier to find an agent and a publisher than here. πŸ˜€

    And yeah, great job with the whole thing. I liked your idea and construction of the plot. It went smooth, very versatile, great motives, interesting plot and characters. I can go on with this praise, but I fell it will hit your head with too much pride. πŸ˜€

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  2. huh? what? He created McCann? He created the Entropy department? or wait. History was changed? but the Entropy department still exists. So…. now matter how things change, they remain the same. Like a TV series! Yay! nobody is dead, we get to restart the game

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  3. The whole time paradox thing. If their death (life in most stories) did not happen, then the events that happened after their deaths did not happen, those events made their deaths not happen but the events did not happen since their death was unmade so then their death did not not happen. Puts my head down on the table. I think I need a cup of tea.

    Oh! Head comes up, the witches got the weapon from Armitage and gave it to Thrumhall. So if Armitage’s death didn’t happen, they didn’t get the weapon from Armitage and Thrumhall never got the weapon to unmake the deaths. I’ll take a biscuit too. Thinking this hard must burn some calories.

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  4. I think this is the point where I duck and cover and explain that I was making it all up as I went along day by day lol. I think the whole thing needs a bit of a tweak to tie it up and make it more sensible I think the premise is there and I know what I was trying to do and you’re right it’s about when things get undone what ceases to happen and what still continues the minute you start messing with the timeline kind of stuff anything goes really. I think I’ve been kind of hanging on to this idea that whilst you can undo the existence as they did with both Armitage and plum Duff there is still an arrow of time which says that he still starts again at his death in the in between. I think you can probably only undo an existence to a certain point but there are certain things or certain points in time that back stops and are in some ways unchangeable full stop then again it has been a couple of months since I wrote it and sometimes the whole thing is a surprise to me and I’m shocked that I actually managed to do it. I have actually written the first 10 lines of the next part but really I only did that because I miss the characters

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