This was both terrifying an enthralling at the same time. At first, I thought that Mikey was still alive and that he was simply a manipulative bastard. But then I got to the end, facepalmed, and reminded myself of what a good writer you are. It was really interesting to see Waycest interpreted like this; normally it's just the two of them and one is extremely controlling an uses that ability to control the other, or they're hiding their love. You know, stuff along those lines.
But making one of them dead, and therefore driving the other insane, was absolutely brilliant.
This was another example of your excellent writing.
Thank you very much! I'm kinda glad this sort of kept you guessing and wasn't too obvious about who was alive/dead/insane, so I hope it wasn't confusing to the point of being stupid. I do enjoy reading Waycest but, like you said, there is a pretty much generic formula to most of them; I should know, I use it most of the time (I usually make Gerard the controlling one or have Mikey hiding his love), but I really wanted to do something at least a little different with this.
Thank you very, very much for taking the time to leave such a lovely, long review! :D