oh my gosh, you’re wonderful. I’m so sorry it’s taken so long to respond to this! I really needed to hear it, though. <3 I can’t wait to post part 3!
Thank you, lovely! You’re wonderful and you deserve a great day, as well.
Oh my gosh, I love when people quote in comments. You’re lovely. Thank you so much! In so glad you like it!!!
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Hello my lovely readers! I’m back with another exciting installment of Lethe. I’ve gotten a lot of support from the last chapter. A couple of people have asked me about what’s going on in the plot, too - don’t worry! It will all be revealed. A lot in this part, too.
I hope you all continue to enjoy.
part one /
part two / part three / part four / part five
It hits you like a ton of bricks, your past and your future.
In late 2015 in Seoul, South Korea, there were two medical companies vying for command of the free market.
The first of these two companies was the largest at that time – the reigning medical manufacturer and research company that pretty much took care of everything and anything that any hospitals or private practices needed. Samsung. They’d come to power ages past in various and sundry technological items, but made a giant push into the medical market later on in their run. And that’s where they were in 2015, coming out with advanced monitors and cures for diseases that no one ever thought could be treated.
The second company was much smaller, a dark horse kind of thing. They were focused purely in the medical field and were apparently working towards advancements in stem sell research and the like. SM Global Manufacturers – that was their official name, at least back then.
a little bl fanart
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When I have the time and motivation to sit down and write them. ^^
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