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Living in a home dripping with silent tension, lonely teen Dylan finds refuge at school—until Kelsey is assigned to be his class project partner. Kelsey, the school outcast, is allergic to water, dresses in Gothic Lolita fashion and refuses to use technology from past the 19th century, which makes working together difficult to say the least.

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Anniek
May 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Dylan meets Kelsey when she's assigned to be his class project partner. Kelsey is a weird girl. She keeps to herself, wears gothic Lolita fashion and is allergic to water. Kelsey won't use any technology from after the 19th century, so she keeps an inkwell in her schoolbag and a quill, so that she can write notes. During a Halloween party Dylan finds out that not everything is as it seems. Why is he hearing voices coming from a closed well?

Drowned Silence is a gripping novelette. I would have lo
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Kathryn Parry
Apr 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great short story.

This is a little short I picked up. Sorry can't remember how I came by this but either free on Amazon or as a review copy.

This is a little gem to be honest. Not a long story so I will not ruin with a long review.

Great story and characters and there isn't much else to say. Prefect for a train or those moments when you haven't the time for a long story but enough to have a story.

More for teenagers and older children than horror of a budding friendship from the main characters
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