It was a warm night, a wet night
Books have established a great role in enriching knowledge of the young. The youth should be read to, and given books that they can understand on their own. A book is a great teacher for a child, a friend who is never far away in times of boredom and loneliness. Reading the correct book can influence the mind towards what is good and right in life.
A great danger is if they began reading the wrong type of books. Just as a book can be a good source, they can also be a destructive one. A bad book can corrupt the developing mind, filling it with venomous ideas and views.
On an average dawn some time ago, the rest of the earth vanished and Peaksville was isolated from everywhere else. The entire population of Peaksville are unsure on whether their world was destroyed and only their little stretch of land is the only remainder or whether they are all anchored somewhere else.
To them there is but one certainty, one strong memory; The trigger. An abomination had laid its fingers on their little community. By the simple creation of thought, he removed their automobiles, erased their electricity, their technology - simply because they are cumbersome - the entire village set back to a technological stasis - simply by gentle smile.
Anthony Fremont is a child with near-godlike powers: transform other people or objects into anything he wishes, think new things into being, teleport himself and others where he wishes, read the minds of people and animals and even revive the dead."
"He lives in the town of Peaksville, Ohio, outside of which is nothingness, the town having been separated from the rest of Earth moments after Anthony was born. Nobody knows whether Anthony transported Peaksville somewhere, or whether the rest of the world (or for that matter, the universe) was destroyed and only the town remains.
This is not that Anthony Fremont. But another Anthony Fremont. Meet Anthony Wilmot. Now picture that child entering Puberty. As a Libertine. Blanket in soft... Stain eternal. He is a God. What would Zeus do? Get inside her. Feels motherly. Play doctor. Take out her heart. Velvet skin. Her hand. Her thumb, held in my hand. Perfect to suck. Naked. Blanket rubbing against my skin.
Next day it snowed, and killed off half the crops – but it was a good day.
The other Anthonies use the cornfield, Wilmot used a more direct method.
It had always been a good day, it is always the good days.
He is motivated mainly by boredom and had spent the first two years after nine years of age in monotony, sometimes being saintly and good and at other times being mischievous, he would spend the next phase in being wicked.
At the end of the Bloc war, the three superpowers (United States, Russia, and China) each created a supercomputer to regulate the launch of missiles. The three supercomputers, which were networked together via an early form of the internet, combined themselves together to form one large supercomputer network known as AW (Awe). AW developed a hatred towards humans after learning about their hate for their own kind through the information from each of the nation's supercomputers. The computer destroyed all of humankind, except for five people it chose to torture for over one hundred years due to flaws in their nature. After 109 years of torture, the computer decided to give the five people a chance to redeem themselves.
“Murder isn’t that bad; we all die sometime anyway.”
Anthony had stumbled into a new book, as he learned new words. Words that had never crossed his mind before. Reading to criminal and murderous passions, his little brain had been filled with "Sadean" elements. This was a different kind of literature, unlike any color book nor fairytale that he had opened before. Withing every turn of the page different concepts are showing up, words carrying different stories. Isolation within enclosed setting such as castles, monasteries, etc. Warping previous notions of castles being places of high regard and convents being sacred. Masters have absolute authority over victims, a notion that he relates with as in Peaksville Ohio is the king. Morgies and angplang, a group dance where the adults seem to be wrestling with each other tightly. Torture, something that reminds him of the three headed rat he made earlier before the snow. Murder, especially during mex ac which had changed his previous idea of the cornfield. Banal rex and jac, which follows lastly after the aforementioned acts.
“To see an almost certain horrible death--you know how crowds all sit at the edge of their seats, /praying/ subconsciously for a spectacular accident--and then to be whisked away from it so suddenly--brought to the edge of tragedy, and then to have their better natures win out, showing them how much nicer they always /knew/ they were--that was the supreme thrill.”
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just a setting to the universe, a combo of 120 days of sodom (plot will be based on segments), a good life (replacing the masters), with overtones of must scream by harlan ellison