Fake novel on the Fake Game

Fake novel on the Fake Game



Internet blog. About 1.00 p.m.

Today, I want to tell you about an extravagant story I began hearing by chance last Friday. At work, I heard a random conversation between two guys I didn’t know.

‘What do you think if I say about a vaccine would control people? Probably you think I’m crazy but I must say I’m not. I know someone who works on a chemical laboratory who said me they are researching it and they promise to have the product ready for next months.’

The other guy said that he must stop collecting posters from the X-Files. Both guys laughed and continued drinking coffee but the third invisible person in the conversation made a note of it and when I was at home I began my own investigation. Looking for hours, finally I found in a forum two words that got my full attention: Flu Project.

Flu Project is the codename used by the novelist M.C. to create a strange novel about mind control through a strong virus and its consistent vaccine. The novel talks about a strong and uncontrollable flu, which threats to eliminate thousands of people. The only salvation is a vaccine created by the same laboratory that created the virus. And here, there was the trick: the vaccine comes with a strange mechanism that everyone who has the keys can activate to control vaccinated person. Novel has just one edition and its author killed himself years ago.

After several internet searches, I finally found the words Flu Project in one chemical laboratory. Someone who said to be dismissed of this laboratory months ago assured to work on a research called indeed Flu Project. After that, other people assured to work on this too and, as the first guy said, they were dismissed too.

I will continue my research, mates, and I think we will have news very soon.

Be happy, ladies and gentlemen.



Somewhere in Manhattan. Day IV

‘We are in the strongest phase of the flu, John.’ Lorraine talked as always, slowly and sweet. ‘The fever will make you delirious but we must be stronger than it.’

She is always trying to convince me that my blood is important for someone but I cannot believe her. Why am I so important and why I had never heard talking about the flu before? For some reason I don’t understand for now, she is lying me. I’m absolutely sure of that. Do ‘the vampires’ really exist? I am beginning to think the men who pursued me in the hotel were part of Lorraine’s plot. She is here to control me.

‘Never trust in a beauty girl, Alex.’ My mother used to say. Alex? Was Alex my real name? Am I begging to remember, Lorraine?

‘You feel better, John?’ she asked me.

‘I feel fine for now, Lorraine.’ Lorraine, beautiful liar Lorraine.

Martin Cid

Martin Cid

**Author: Martin Cid http://www.martincid.com . Continuation of Fake Game, serial novel in Yareah magazine.

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