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Miriya: A Double Helix Novella

by Jade Kerrion

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Miriya is one of many people that are now changed. Due to the scientific world having given them a bit of a better chance to survive they gave many of these children talents that scared normal people. The more talented people were called alphas and their powers were not so easily challenged. The talents caused others to call them mutants and mutants were not too welcomed in the world. Some were rogue and had to be dealt with. The enforcers did this, but Miriya just wanted to live her simple life and go on with what made her happy. Short but good read ( )
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