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  • Nonfiction > Interviews
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    Judith returns to her village after disappearing two years ago, full of fear and desperation: she has lost her voice and her best friend is dead. Ignored and reviled, she silently pours her thoughts and dreams over her love, a boy named Lucas. When the village is attacked, Judith faces a dilemma: ...
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    When Dylan emerges out of the ruins of a crashed train, she finds herself in a strange place, the pathway between life and death. A mysterious boy called Tristan is waiting for her to help her cross. Together they embark on a treacherous journey, but as it draws to a close, Dylan realises that she c...
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    A warm, viscous substance lingered on the woman’s hands. The carmine colour was even more vivid against the turf. She clutched at the hair pin tightly, the metal cutting into her skin, but she made no sound. She looked down at the chocking and gasping figure lying in a heap on the ground. He was s...
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    Kindred Friend- Hi Web Girl! I’ve looked at your profile, and I can see that we have a lot in common. I'm fourteen as well and I enjoy basketball too, so I think that we should start chatting. Like • Comment • Share 1 December at 12:11 Web Girl- I suppose we could try, but I...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The waves bashed against the sides of the ship as though Neptune himself was trying to sink it. To “Bulgaria”, the sea was a bath, the storm was a baby, and she was a rubber toy in it. Dasha leaned against the playroom window. The coolness spread through her forehead. She tried to listen to the...
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    The girl leaned back, sobbed loudly and wiped her forehead. She was shivering as if from fever yet the girl was healthy. For a minute or two she sat quietly, then turned back to the table, clutched the pencil and, trembling with her whole body, began scraping unsteady, dancing letters. “Dear F...

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