Being a Grim reaper sounds cool to some and scary to other's but for Dave it's actually just like any other job. Even being dead doesn't save you from having to deal with a job you hate, stubborn 'customers', interacting with people you don't like and overall the day to day struggles we all go through. This Book is a slice of life, dark comedy story from the viewpoint of the Grim Reaper Dave. !!The book is a dark comedy and deals with dark themes like drug abuse, death, suicide and depression so beware!! Also slight lgbt content but nothing explicitly sexual.
The one thing I was always taught from a young age after my diagnosis, was to always put up a good front. Such a good front that no one would even suspect you of a being emotionless void, but that's life. Wearing a mask to conceal what's meant to stay a secret, but somethings have away of coming out into the light. ________________________________________________ "Did I disappoint you? I told you not to get your hope up" I tell him as smile turns blank. "What is so wrong with you that the people by you side, the people trying to help you, you just keep pushing away. I'm trying my best, what do you want me to do?" He ask me, "I wanted you to leave me alone, I wanted to be normal. But I can't feel, so know I want to be with my grandmother and...........I CAN'T EVEN HAVE THAT!!!!!" I scream at him as he tries to get me to calm down. "I want to make you want to live? Please, just let me?" He begs as I force a laugh at his sad attempt at a joke. "If I can't make you want to live in one year, I'll leave you alone.............forever" he says as he offers his hand out to me and I think about as my hand meets his, "Deal."
This story is based off of a dream that I had: Jay Rivera is a Hispanic-American transfer student that attends the only English high school in Osaka, Japan. Jay suffers from guilt, anxiety, and depression after his attempt to commit suicide. This all changes when he meets Yuriko Sato. Jay just wants a normal high school experience, and what Jay doesn’t know, that he is in for a surprise.
*****WARNING: This series contains themes of abuse, rape, torture, suicidal thoughts/tendencies, self-harm, and toxic relationships. I suggest a use of caution when reading this series.***** ~~Book 3 of Half-blooded series~~ Rose wakes up from her locked mind to find that her brother is missing, is being tortured because she left the Heaven realm, and that her demon of a father is still alive, but if she tells anyone what she knows, she will have to watch her newfound family be ripped apart. Her every move is being monitored, and she must learn to control her powers and unite both her kingdoms. Week faces a tough situation. The girl who he's protected her whole life is both his promised and he is her soulmate. He knows that she doesn't feel fondly of him, yet he can't help but feel pulled into her. The question that bounces around his mind is how to convince her that he does care and how to help her escape her darkness that is swallowing her whole. Levi never wanted this. He never asked to be here, all he wanted was to see Rose again, yet he was sucked into a world he couldn't imagine if he wanted to. Michael forces him to stay silent and be a good child and heir to him. If he fails to listen or makes one wrong move, he gets abused and tortured in the dungeon. No one can hear him screaming for help except his sister in their shared dreamscape.
Despite of being cold and cranky, Levi cares a lot. The unexplainable ability of him to lucid dream helped him to discover how and why people committed suicide. However, he didn’t expect that he would be using his gift to know the reasons behind why his friends and loved ones took away their own lives. The aftermath of it is slowly killing him—he must be saved.
Ren Midori is 21 years old and hasn't lived his life the way he wanted to. A major trauma in his past had completely taken over his mental health, Starting with hating the sound of his own name. Ren starts neglecting his health almost completely after a traumatic breakup a few years ago. As fate would have it Ren meets a rebellious blonde, named Kane Suzuki, who wants to help in his own way. Though Ren doesn't make it easy, disregarding his help almost every time. Can Kane save Ren before it's too late? Before Ren drowns completely from his dangerous mind
"I think we're all born with a darkness inside of us. But it's not the darkness that's wrong or evil as most would think. I'm not even sure you could call it good either. It just exists as you exist, always with you your whole life from the moment you are born to the very last second you die. It's like a shadow never to part with you even in death I do believe. I think whatever makes it good or bad depends on our actions, for that darkness is a part of us that makes us whole. Or what tears us apart in the end. There's this place between consciousness and dreaming. You could call it a void, but it's not exactly empty. It's more like an echo full of echoes, a collection of memories, even nightmares. I don't know how else to describe it, but the longer I am here the less I feel like I'm dreaming. And the longer I am here, the more I can feel that shadow becoming more than just a thought inside my head."
Izumi is a modern hero in her world. She goes to UA High, where kids with natural powers called quirks, learn to become hero's. These Heroes fight villains with their quirks. Izumi is on her way to becoming a hero but what she doesn't know is that the villains are watching her. Why are they watching Izumi? What do they want? Read From A Hero to Villain to find out!
*Warning* The content of this book is very real. People who are sensitive to topics like suicide and depression should not read it or at least be very cautious. I also recommend going into the book with an open mind. *Important* I do not take this topic lightly, so I would never write about something like this if I had no experience of it myself. The content and different characters can be interpreted in different ways. There are a lot of metaphors and relations so it can be confusing sometimes. *Description* "I have nothing to live for or want to live for. My existence doesn't matter, even if I disappear, the world continues to rotate normally. Every day I search for a reason to live, for an answer to the question: "What am I looking for here, what is the meaning of my existence? We are accompanying a young man who has decided to die. But his suicide attempt goes wrong when suddenly a man in a suit appears and tells him his true fate. Even death didn't want him. As a last resort, he makes a deal with the man: before he can finally be redeemed, he has to help another human being, and all this in front of faceless people!? But who exactly is this man and what is it about the faceless creatures? Does he get his salvation or has his path to death just begun? This story is full of encounters and bonds fusing into a neverending tragedy... * Important* Before I bring out more chapters I need your help: feedback. Therefore I am happy about every opinion no matter if good or bad. Maybe such a topic doesn't belong here either but I want to try it at least. That way I can find out if it's just one shot or more than that. Because in my opinion, a book is only really good if there are different views on it. As an author, it would be boring if everyone had the exact same opinion. After all, discussions can be used to expand your experience and knowledge.* That's why the author's thoughts might be useful or mentally challenging, just give it a shot.
16 year old Brittany Stewart gets constantly bullied at her school, abused at her home, and she doesn't seem to fit in anywhere. One day, she decides she's had enough of her stupid life, and walks down to the town bridge, ready to jump. But before she could, a hot stranger tries to convince her otherwise.