Chime by Franny Billingsley

By Franny Billingsley

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Eldric laughed at himself, and I found myself laughing too. It had been ages since I’d heard my own laugh. It was rusty, but serviceable. ” “But you do,” said Eldric, “which is far more important. When you’re a bad boy, you find that people either laugh at you or with you. ” “You’ll have some competition. ” said Eldric. ” I opened the door of Father’s study, which is just a little less tidy than you’d expect. And he doesn’t realize that his armchair smells of tobacco. Do as I say, not as I do.

5. Self-perception—Fiction. 6. Stepmothers—Fiction. 7. ] I. Title. com To Richard, for always 1 The Trial I’ve confessed to everything and I’d like to be hanged. Now, if you please. I don’t mean to be difficult, but I can’t bear to tell my story. I can’t relive those memories—the touch of the Dead Hand, the smell of eel, the gulp and swallow of the swamp. How can you possibly think me innocent? Don’t let my face fool you; it tells the worst lies. A girl can have the face of an angel but have a horrid sort of heart.

The silence between you after the investigation of your stepmother’s death. We’ve never spoken of the inquest, at which the coroner testified that Stepmother had died of arsenic poisoning. Of the inquest, at which Father testified that Stepmother might have taken her own life. Of the inquest, at which I testified that Stepmother would never have taken her life. Not ever. The air shattered; Rose’s scream had begun. The others jumped, then looked about, wondering if they should pretend not to notice.

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