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The Divide: PrologueNothing could stop me. I was invincible. I felt as I I could move mountains, or part the sea. But it all came crashing down. This is the story of the end of the world.It was a normal day, like any other I had lived. I was so young, so naive. I had thought I had seen everything and could do anything. Insane ideas began taking over my soul and mind. These came to light in my dreams and nightmares. I ramble on and on, and people stare. I tell myself to stop, and that it would be the end of me. I was right.The moon was full and bright, shining down on Dline, my precious hometown like a watchful protector. No one expected what happened. Not a single child or adult was prepared. The sky became alight with flames, an ungodly screech echoing though the valley. Screams and cries erupted from the skyscrapers and delicate arches.I set my eyes on the strange sky before gathering my possessions, and holding my daughter tight as I ran out the door. I had to get away from the violence that was ris