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Worlds Apart Part 2

Worlds Apart Part 2

So you braved Worlds Apart: Part One's twists and turns, by which I mean it's melodrama and questionable art, and now you come to Worlds Apart: Part Two.

Jack, with the help of his stolen money and fake identity, has finally managed to build himself a brand new life. He owns a car, he owns property, and he owns a business.
He's free from the violence and abuse that life with Tony brought him, and free from the insanity of being around Kay. ("Or is he?" The reader mumbles, side eyeing the cover picture to the left. "We'll fucking see about that.")
Horrific childhood memories aside, life should now be all sunshine and roses as Jack embarks on the only life he's ever wanted: One of drama free monotony.

Worlds Apart is a real life fantasy with mature themes. Part 2 is the darkest part of all the Parts. Be warned. Be 18 or over etc.
Warnings for: Suicide attempts, references to child abuse, violence, rape and drug use. Swearing, if you need a warning for that.
In general, none of the above (except maybe the violence) will be particularly graphic, I have to adhere to SJ's TOS after all, but be warned anyway.
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Worlds Apart Part 2

So you braved Worlds Apart: Part One's twists and turns, by which I mean it's melodrama and questionable art, and now you come to Worlds Apart: Part Two.

Jack, with the help of his stolen money and fake identity, has finally managed to build himself a brand new life. He owns a car, he owns property, and he owns a business.
He's free from the violence and abuse that life with Tony brought him, and free from the insanity of being around Kay. ("Or is he?" The reader mumbles, side eyeing the cover picture to the left. "We'll fucking see about that.")
Horrific childhood memories aside, life should now be all sunshine and roses as Jack embarks on the only life he's ever wanted: One of drama free monotony.

Worlds Apart is a real life fantasy with mature themes. Part 2 is the darkest part of all the Parts. Be warned. Be 18 or over etc.
Warnings for: Suicide attempts, references to child abuse, violence, rape and drug use. Swearing, if you need a warning for that.
In general, none of the above (except maybe the violence) will be particularly graphic, I have to adhere to SJ's TOS after all, but be warned anyway.

Recent Comments

@Biscuit: When they say dark and light, is that like the representation of dichotomy of evil and good and Allen is just the most human one there (because good/evil isn't always that straight forward), or am I way off.

Given his dad and mum are opposites, I'd be less inclined to say they're opposing sides unless they're not aware of stuff.

Makes me wonder where Jack manages to fit into all of this. Unless he's like God or something XD
@HornyGayBoy: Impressive! You've really been paying attention! :O
@I likea his haira: LOL! This would be perfect... if it weren't for the fact that his dad is there.
@Guest: Unfortunately for Avery, the ones with the best recipes are Joe, Reece and his mum.
@Quadrant: No, it'll be a while before you see his parents.
@HornyGayBoy: Strangely, Avery isn't as distressed here as he should be, he's content to a degree because he's successfully hurting Maxwell, so Alan won't sense distress.
So Avery and Dad are dark.
Rich and Mum are Light.
Allen is the only one true to the family name and is grey? And therefore attracts everyone, including the dark (Owen) and the light (crazy old guy who gave them bracelets.)
It is so perty
I've got it! Only people he's had sex with show up!
Trying to see who has the best baked potato recipe. Dad -- did you use chives ?
@Arcane Allusion:

There's some sort of Avery vs Richie thing going on in the supernatural plot. I think the people that Avery can't sense are on Richie's 'side' not his.

In Richie's diary entries it's revealed that both Joe and Reece were attracted to Richie (in similar ways to Callum, Owen, Jack and the whole bar were attracted to Avery.)

I still haven't worked out if there's anything that deciding factor as to whose side they're on. And if Alan has his own separate side.
Can't think of anything in particular that connects all those named people as being present or not, apart from the obvious that the brothers aren't there. Maybe it's something more implicit or unknown at this point?

Curious that Maxwell can't seem to tell what he's doing, either. Seems ghost influence only reaches so far.
OMG Maxwell! Not everything's about you. Go read a book or something.
He's using the force? They prob feel sad because someone they love decided to do a runner.

Important not to jump to conclusions.

Will we see more of his parents this part?
Can't sense those with the same power?
I just hope Allen's ok, since he can sense when Ave's in pain/trouble :s
Guest
October 10th, 2019
I think its like Cerebro from X men?
raephium
October 10th, 2019
I think he's internally seeing the threads of lives that's been living there. Or spirits too? I think this i where kay's spirit comes to haunt. ;3
Kevin_Redcrow
October 9th, 2019
For me, this is a visualization of the experience of "turning within".

The darkness and dim figures illustrate that one's internal reality is not as steady and coherent as the flow of events external to us.

But here, as dim and dark and incoherent as this internal reality is, Avery seems focused upon it to the exclusion of the external reality.

Just an impression I get from this image.
Quadrant
October 9th, 2019
Reminds me of one of those art therapy pieces, usually depression or schizophrenia.
JesBelle
October 9th, 2019
Well that's just creepy.