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The coming of age and training of a teen boy who leads a group into battle with an ancient enemy. Jeff and everyone around him think he is a normal teen-aged boy until the gift of the Oberon ring. He then begins his quest of honing his new found abilities and becoming the leader of a great band of warriors.
Winner - 2002 Golden Clitoride for Best Mind Control Story
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great noval enjoyed it emnsly though i should have read it before camp rons jurney
I read this a while ago and I really enjoyed it. If anyone is seeinf it for the firsttime, it is definitely worth reading.
(posted from Chapter 21)
Ya know... I really liked this story..except that I think that if I was jeff...I would have used the psionic powers more..I mean practice trying to do things that my teacher didn't show me...but it seemed like he just forgot about them...that is my only complaint.... Otherwise I think it was very well written and entertaining enough that I didn't set it down until I was finished with it at chapter 21
Thank you for you time and energy
Thanks folks. As you can see, I am finally back online. Thanks to Net Wolf I have found a place to kick back and feel at home. Thanks bro.
i just finished re-reading this for the third time a few days ago still as good as always
Hi Night Wolf,
Read your story Ahead of the Game a while ago.
It was a good read. Thanks for writing it.
First of all, WOW!
I read this compleately from start to finish in one sitting, and I don't do that very often.
I do have one piece of constructive critisizm. At the begining of the story, Jeff was haunted by nightmares of a battle that was yet to come. In those battles, it felt as if he were going to be leading a whole army. To quote from the begining of chapter 1:
"As he climbed into the shower he couldn't help but think back to the dream he had the night before. In it he saw ruins of cities with bodies strewn around."
"Holy shit, Detroit too? That's the sixth city already," he cried out as he woke up in a cold sweat."
Why was this plot line put into place if it was not a premonition?
All in all, I rate this story to be among the best I have ever read. Right up there with Camp: Ron's Journey
Thanks for shareing your tallent with the public.
(posted from the Item Information Page)
I must say I really enjoyed reading this.
(posted from Chapter 21)