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‘II: Insinuations’ Category

  1. Interlude: Regine


    August 12, 2015 by Lyn

    The last class of Friday had come to a close, and Regine gathered her teachers and staff in the conference room beside her office to discuss their charges.

    They spent a few minutes on the returning students – second, third, and fourth cohort, and the one remaining first cohort still in school – and then turned their attention to the twenty shining jewels that were the fifth cohort.… Read on

  2. Chapter 6: Jamian


    August 12, 2015 by Lyn

    …could be my scene.

    It took Jamian nearly two days to get up the nerve to talk to Ty – in part because the older student seemed always to be surrounded by other people. During free period on Friday, however, he passed by him sitting alone in one of the lounges, draped sideways over an armchair paying half-hearted attention to a textbook.… Read on

  3. Chapter 5: Kailani


    August 12, 2015 by Lyn

    Let me enlighten you…

    The small dining hall seemed louder every time Kailani entered it, but less chaotic, too, as returning students reasserted established patterns and new students came to their own equilibrium.

    She had found her place already, or, rather, Taro had found it for her.… Read on

  4. Chapter 4: Shahin


    August 12, 2015 by Lyn

    …the way you’re not impressed

    Shahin’s last class of the day was Phys Ed, which had never been her favorite class in her old school. The first “sport” for this year happened to be gymnastics, however, taught by the laconic Luke to a class of about twelve; the small class size made it much less oppressive than huge classes playing violent touch football, and Shahin found herself almost having fun.… Read on

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