“Hey guys, check this out.”
The Pillars Three simultaneously stop scrawling and look up from their work without releasing their pencils. Two of them appear far less furious than the third; what else is new?
The Brained Man deadpans, “What is that?”
“Looks like a mint brown leatherbound,” The Maned Man observes. “Is that one of ours?”
“I’m not sure,” answers Tom Foolery. “I was digging around in The Workshop an–“
“Wait,” says The Suited Man. “Who the fuck said you could leave the corner? When did you even leave? ”
“I was digging around in The Workshop and I found it next to the globe. It was wrapped in old paper and bound with a burlap string. Here,” he holds it out, “read it.”
The Maned Man points his free palm at the book and closes his eyes for a moment. Then he opens them. “Huh. The Monksville Chronicles… I think Adam wrote it.”
“I think you’re wrong,” scoffs The Suited Man. “Adam doesn’t write shit, he’s too busy bein’a fuckin’ asshole.”
After The Brained Man reads the book, he monotones Tom Foolery what he’s going to do with it.
“Figured I’d send it to Planet Eden, let it join the rest of the books. Just to see if he notices, y’know?”
“Good idea,” The Maned Man commends. “Go for it.”
Tom Foolery releases the book. It never hits the floor.
“Great job, Foolery.” Always so mad. “Now get the fuck back in your corner, we need to get back to work already.”
“Yep,” as he sits in the corner. “Back to work.”
This has been the coda of the book The Monksville Chronicles. Here is everything you need to know about it:
The Monksville Chronicles
- A novel about storytelling
- Book stats:
– 276 pages
– 72,749 words
– The Here and Now | I
– The Sandbox | 0.5
– Revision Date: July 20, 2021
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