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Enemies Endure: Book I
Stomping the World Round
Jenna Katerin Moran
Copyright © 2010-2012 by Jenna K. Moran
All rights reserved.
All characters in this story are fictitious or heavily fictionalized. Readers are advised against drawing conclusions about or regarding persons living or dead based on this material.
Portions of this material have appeared previously as part of the Hitherby Dragons web serial.
Paul M. Johnson
Robin Michael Alexander Maginn
Killian James Sebastian Maginn
One day — we are promised, by the Lemurian prophecies — a potato pancake will rise up from its little pan. It will cast off the red ribbon that holds down its head. It will make itself the arbiter of destinies, the lord of the naked Earth, and there shall be an ending to all things.
It will transcend its history; exceed all boundaries; and shatter its given chains.
It will recreate itself. It will change the world.
It will aspire to heights such as no other potato pancake has ever seen and it will become a thing such as no previous potato pancake has ever been. It will no longer be an ordinary pancake, but rather it will be as God —
. . . but that isn’t what this story is about.
A terrible ray, a terrible horrible ray, a monstrous needle-thin ray certain to destroy the Earth pours at the speed of light through the boundless reaches of space.
It has traveled for nearly seven hundred years and soon it will strike.
Soon it will end life as we understand it. There will be no world. There will be no humanity. There will be nothing that we know.
There will only be the Decohesion Engine, Principle of Omnipotence, a power born in death and a terrible light.
. . . that isn’t what this story is about, either.
Jaguars are about to fall on Emily. She hopes. That is the hopeful option. That is the best option, the one she is praying for: that there are still jaguars, somewhere out there, and that they will fall.
And when the first one falls on her —
She is pretty certain of this, all things considered —
She is going to die.