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    Charm and Strange – Stephanie Kuehn

    “I don’t feel the presence of God here. I pace along the far side of the river, my ears filled with the hum of cicadas and the roar of water flowing over the mill dam. Vermont is postcard perfect. I could stand on my toes and peer over the current and the cattails and see the whole town spread before me. Green-shuttered houses. The cobblestone square. The church spire. The boarding school.  But I don’t.  I crave the illusion of solitude.” Drew is ten years old and one of the best tennis players his club has seen for a long while. When he snaps after losing a match and breaks…

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    FrostFire – Zoe Marriott

    “In my dreams, the wolves come for me. I hear their voices echoing from the far-off mountains and the frost-bright stars. They sing of the hunt, and hot blood spilled on snow, and the scent of their prey’s fear on the wind. My fear.” Frost is alone. Her father was killed many years ago and her mother spent her time watching Frost and crying herself to sleep at night because of what her daughter is, until she herself died. Frost is cursed, she has a wolf living inside of her, a wolf that rears its ugly head when a drop of blood falls from Frost’s skin. A wolf that doesn’t…