Walls by Sheryl
*** A Disclaimer ***
A few words from the authors.
Before any of you read this, we want to make sure you realize that, to the best of our knowledge, this is all total fiction. No one in Hanson has done, is doing, or will be doing (we hope), any of the things you will find in this story. We also would like to take a moment to explain the nature of what you’re about to read. When the topic of this story was suggested to me, I really didn’t want to do it, with Hanson as the main characters. It seemed too dark a road to take them down.
However, the more I thought about it, the more comfortable I became with the idea. They are popular, appealing, and easy to relate to. Collectively, we also felt that the story would have more impact if we used them. We are in no way suggesting that this is the way we think they will be going.
Next a very important note. The subject matter in this story is extremely adult in many places, and very harsh. If an R rated movie would make you uncomfortable, you may not want to read this.
This story was collectively written by two people, with a lot of input from many many others. We hope that even if you don’t like it, it will at least make you think. And if the guys in Hanson should ever happen to stumble upon it, we hope it makes them think too…
This story is rated R due the mature
content/subject of this story.
Excerpt from Chapter 3
“You never let us in anymore, you’ve completely shut us out. We can’t talk to you, you just brush us off, you barely even say hello, anymore. You’ve never locked me and Zac out of a room in your life! We hear you in here, coughing your head off, and getting sick, and we can’t even get in to help you, or see if you’re okay!! You pretend we don’t exist!”
He was almost shouting now, and stopped, taking a deep breath to try to bring himself back down. He didn’t want Taylor to… well he didn’t know what he didn’t want Taylor to do, but he felt like he was walking on glass with him. One wrong move and he’d break.
Read the sequel Roads.
This fictional story is hosted at Gifted Ones
with permission from the author Sheryl.