Seven chances to save Archer.
Seven chances to revert the past.
Seven chances to right all the wrongs.
Seven chances more to see his face if things didn’t work out.
Seven chances more to say I love him.
Seven chances felt too less.”
If you were given seven chances to save your loved one…will you do it?
Tryst falls to her death from The Efil Bridge.
Assuming she committed suicide, her fiancé follows her footsteps to the world beyond.
But the truth is, her death was an aberration.
An error in the system.
With seven chances to change their ending, will she be able to save him and ultimately herself?
Excerpt from the book:
“even death is about second chances.”
The light drizzle falls on my face,
mixes with my tears,
and trail down my cheeks.
The thought comes back to me again.
Maybe we aren’t meant to be?
Maybe it’s all a lie or all a dream?
But the reality is too real and too vivid.
How I wish it’s otherwise.
My feet stays glued to the ground
as they take my dead body out of the river.
The cycle starts again.
Did you know?
One Of These Endings is a cell phone novel.
A cell phone novel is a literary work originally written on a cellular phone via text messaging. This type of literature originated in Japan, where it has become a popular literary genre. Chapters usually consist of about 70-100 words each due to character limitations on cell phones.
CPNs are able to tell moving stories with very little words!
Oh my heart. This story wrecked me and then filled me with joy. It was beautifully written and I enjoyed every moment. Wonderful job! ❤️-IndiaTungate
Um. I just. This was. I don’t know what to say. It’s so. It’s different from other books. But it’s great. It’s lovely. I. Words.-megameg2013
Believe me…I cried while reading this story. Really awesome.–i_being_myself
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