The Peculiars' Tale

THE PECULIARS’ TALE

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Written by AnakniRizal

Translated by WS25

Why do people want to see the future? To change it? Or to prevent something bad from happening?

People want to see their future because they believe that there are greater thing set for them. They dream big and expect that something spectacular will happen. They’re also eager to unfold all mysteries in this planet. There are some people ‘though who anticipate the future because of the fear hiding inside their heart.

They want to see it badly. Well, except for me. I don’t want to see the future. I mean – their future.

I don’t know how, but it started two years ago. I gained the ability that normal people don’t have – the ability to see the future.

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She can see the future.

He can see the past. And he can read minds.

They’re Peculiars. They exist. This is their tale.

 Raws

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 TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART ONE

          Prologue

          Chapter 1: That Day 

          Chapter 2: Seer

          Chapter 3: The Blog

          Chapter 4: The List

          Chapter 5: Because I’m bored

          Chapter 6: Serenade

          Chapter 7: His Eyes

          Chapter 8: Photograph

          Chapter 9: Her Eyes

          Chapter 10: Rank 40

          Chapter 11: Begins

          Chapter 12: Bullied Proof

          Chapter 13: Gloomy

          Chapter 14: Who Knows?

          Chapter 15: Unexpected

          Chapter 16: Hanneul’s Wish

          Chapter 17: Devil’s Hour

          Chapter 18: Unknown

Chapter 19: I’ll Confess

Chapter 20: Confessions

PART TWO: Interlude 1

Chapter 21: Sibling Bond

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