‘A villain’s tale ‘ By Stella Moon

They called them gifted. It started small, only 1% of the new generation, gifted with powers like nothing you could imagine. Some could travel the speed of light, others had the strength of gods. They were all different, all unique in one way or the other. But they were gifted, with power, and that made them dangerous. Now all it took was a dozen people to take control of entire countries and, as it should, it scared people.

And so the gifted program was initiated, and as the next generation of gifted children were born, they were relocated to an island, somewhere not found on any map. Where no-one would be able to find them. They would be trained and taught, raised to fight, raised to be controlled, so they were not a threat to anyone. Of course it wasn’t perfect and that made the program all that more important.

In an age where every kid dreams of being a hero what happens when the two most notorious villains kidnap a little girl with the potential to be the most powerful gifted the world has ever seen. What happens if the story is told from their point of view and nothing is as it seems.

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