Lucy's Not Alive: Chapter 30. A week had passed, and with it went Christmas. It was December twenty seventh. Charlotte's birthday, which was the twelfth, had come and gone without notice from Jane. Needless to say, Christmas had done the same. After Lucy had died, Jane became different, she wasn't even able to love Charlotte anymore, or favor her like she used to. It seemed as though the game Jane used to play was pointless, there was no longer anyone to play it with. Jane used Charlotte as a pawn, a way to hurt her other children by showing them what it was like to be out of her good graces. Isaac and Eli were gone, off living their lives elsewhere, Lucy was dead, and Charlotte was the only one left. Jane had done her job, she had tested the strength of her offspring. "We should do what Charlotte suggested," Lucy slid across the bleachers and came to a stop against Peter's thigh ", and move into my old bedroom." "Well, the energy around the house certainly doesn't appear to be coming bac
Lucy's Not Alive: Chapter 29. Kenneth's phone began to vibrate, wrenching him from his slumber. His hand flew out and smacked the device on his nightstand, before pulling it to his ear. "God Charlotte, it's like, fucking, five am." He rubbed his face groggily, and waited for the girl's excuse. "I know, but I can't sleep," her voice came shaky through the receptor ", I can't just lay here while my mother's corpse rots in the next room." "Oh man, they haven't told you?" Kenneth sighed deep and frustrated ", look, just go to school like normal okay? Peter , Lucy, and myself, will meet you after you get out. Don't do anything stupid, and just act normal." "Alright," she said defeated ", but I must admit, you're sorta freaking me out." "I have that effect on people." "Fine Kenneth," her cell glared blue against her skin ", goodnight." "yeah yeah," Kenneth responded ", thanks for waking me, goodnight." Charlotte smiled, she loved how ornery he was.
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