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Some adventures begin and end small.

Life after the apocalypse is one daily grind after another. It's a good thing for Wendy that she's got friends - a lot of friends as a fairy summoner.

But life in Exeter is not easy, even for a summoner, and the grind of daily jobs and never-ending quests is getting to her. She's got one shot at getting a place for her own, a place of safety and maybe getting ahead. But it'll require Wendy to do the one thing she swore she'd never do again. 

Fight monsters. 

This is a short in the System Apocalypse universe and is approximately 4,000 words long featuring a new character in Exeter, UK.

©2020 Tao Wong (P)2021 Tao Wong

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Waste of time

10 more short stories and this may have been ok. Needs much more of everything.

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not bad, but should be in a collection

while I enjoyed this story, I can't in good conscience recommend it as a stand alone of $4...
it's just a little too short to get real value from the story because of the lack of setup...