Best-written stories ever... Literature?!

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Best-written stories ever... Literature?!

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Well, since [mention]Canuck100[/mention] was so astonishingly quick to find that random old story I asked for yesterday, it sent me down memory lane. So:

What would you say was the best story ever, in the whole archive? I'm not asking about the most spectacular bondage action, but the best-written literature!

For me, I think it was this one: https://tugstories.com/viewtopic.php?f= ... 26&p=61796

He recounts how as a twelve-year-old boy he was kidnapped by a gentle young woman, although he never saw her face, and what a thrilling adventure it was. A fascinating read, and I haven't forgotten this outstanding story in all these years!

What's your favourite?
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I agree this was a great one!
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Anything by Sarobah
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Absolutely! Whatever became of Sarobah? She should compile all her writings in an e-book, might earn a fortune. And complete that science fiction slavery fragment.
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[mention]Canuck100[/mention], have we got any unposted stories of Sarobah's in your archive?

Or anyone else's collection for that matter!
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I don’t have an easy way to search through the archives, it’s one page at a time! If I stumble upon one I’ll post it, for sure
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I meant this science fiction fragment:
http://sarahstories-ishtar.blogspot.com
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I'd like to add [mention]calebtras[/mention] to the "best literature" list. He tells very touching and interesting tales about Irish children in Brooklyn.
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