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Goo Girls From Neptune!

Gregor Daniels

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Two friends are biking on a country mountainside when a meteor crashes into the nearby forest. The boys investigate the devastation as the night settles, and discover that the rock from the sky is actually a spacecraft with an extraterrestrialMoreTwo friends are biking on a country mountainside when a meteor crashes into the nearby forest. The boys investigate the devastation as the night settles, and discover that the rock from the sky is actually a spacecraft with an extraterrestrial visitor: a blue, transparent half-woman. What follows will change their lives forever, as the alien turns out to be more sinister than first believed.Length: 17,800 wordsThis work of fiction contains adult material and explicit scenes with erotic descriptions. Themes include gender transformations, goo girls, change of species, mind corruption, mind control, horror tones, and other perverted fantasies. For mature audiences only. All characters over 18 years old.Excerpt:Jerry waited in silence, lower lip trembling more with each passing second, as his friend excused himself from the shadows of the fire and peered around the edge. Lee paused when the orange was on his face, and then another time when his entire upper body was out from behind the tree. Jerry could barely stay still when Lee was out in the open, creeping behind a bush and inspecting what laid only a few feet away.When Lee came back, shuffling his feet along the dirt and collapsing against the wood, his face was that from a different man. His eyes were wide, and his mouth was partway open. Quick breaths exited between his lips.What? What was it? Jerry inquired.Lee played back the images in his head, the blue figure circling around the spacecraft and walking — no, slithering! — on the outskirts of the crater. He couldnt explain what had been permanently burned into his retinas, but his eyes were not known to lie as they surely had just then. How else could he explain what he had seen without attributing it to a figment of his estranged imagination?Well? Jerry asked again, more worried than ever from the silence.Lees mouth erupted into tremors, teeth rattling against teeth. It ... no, she. It was a she.She?Shes human ... but not ... Not human, human. I saw her face looking straight at me. She was all blue!Jerry squeezed his friends shoulder. What do you mean? You cant be serious. Maybe the fire is playing tricks on you. His hand shook just as much as Lees entire body did.No ... no. I saw her. She was blue all the way. Blue skin. Blue eyes. Just blue. He turned to Jerry. And I saw the ship through her, and the soil, and everything!Jerrys brow furrowed. What do you mean? Like, she was glass?Lee nodded. Transparent. Blue and transparent. And she had no legs! She moved around like a snail! And I didnt see a mouth either ... or hair ... I dont even know what I saw!