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Chapter Three: Veikko and Igor's ArrivalCHAPTER THREE: VEIKKO AND IGOR'S ARRIVALChapter Three: Veikko and Igor's Arrival by ~Vampiressartist
A couple of weeks later, it was October 13, Sunday. At the very moment when Satu was taking a bubble bath in her home, at 10:15 in the morning, a bright-red train howled its way out of a train station, blowing back the coats of the passengers who waited on the platform for the next train. This train station was not in Vanhemmat, or even in Haafiz. It was located in a country west of Haafiz, a little over one thousand and one hundred miles away from where Satu lived. Among the passengers aboard this train heading to the east was a man and a boy in a closed-off compartment somewhat near the front of the
Chapter Two: UltimatumCHAPTER TWO: ULTIMATUMChapter Two: Ultimatum by ~Vampiressartist
"Ms Juttite, you must understand, it took the doctor thirteen stitches to sew the chain back into Satu's neck!"
Satu's mother, Dariya, sat across from Ms. Juttite in front of the teacher's desk, elegantly dressed in a corseted and high-necked maroon dress, with and a cameo brooch pinned in front of her neck. She sat with a high, straight back. She was not tall, but she had a commanding presence, with a shapely jaw, slender nose, and knife-sharp cheekbones. Her crimson lips pursed into a thin line as her she stared at Ms. Juttite, who was frowned back. Ms. Juttite perched her chin upon her folded hands.
"Yes, I do
Chapter One: A Silver KeyCHAPTER ONE: A SILVER KEYChapter One: A Silver Key by ~Vampiressartist
She would keep her secrets lodged in her throat, tucked away behind a silver lock that was one and whole with the fair skin on her smooth neck. The silver keyhole had always been there, resting in the shade of her rounded chin, ever since she was born. Also part of her was a silver key hanging upon the delicate chain that emerged from a minute bit of puckered flesh upon the nape of her neck. When she looked at herself standing before a mirror, she looked as though she merely wore a necklace.
Satu's entire family was just like her. Her mother, her father, her younger brother, and her infant sister all had a silver l