By Elizabeth Scott
A fiercely gripping narrative as in simple terms Elizabeth Scott can write!
Ava is welcomed domestic from the health center via a doting mom, energetic acquaintances, and a overwhelm eventually commencing to convey curiosity. there is just one challenge: Ava cannot bear in mind any of them--and cannot shake the eerie feeling that she's now not who they are saying she is. As she struggles to wreck via her amnesiac haze, the one thoughts that floor ensue in a truly varied international. Ava does not recognize what to make of those visions, or of the boy who's on the heart of all of them, until eventually he reappears in her existence and provides solutions . . . yet merely in alternate for her belief.
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This is me. This is my life. But it doesn’t feel right. It doesn’t feel like mine, it still feels like a dream I’m in, that I’ve been put in. I shake my head, so confused, and when I look up, my heart-stutter stops, my breath freezing. The older nurse from the hospital is on the road too, walking toward me, her gray hair haloed by the rising sun. She reaches me easily, walking with long, strong strides. Her shoes are gray like her hair, and crunch into the grit and rocks, crushing them. Her smile is like snow, beautiful and cold.
Jane always taps a pen against something when she’s on the phone. I don’t remember her, but I am starting to know her. There is a strange sort of comfort in that. Whoever she’s talking to must make her upset because her voice rises to a level I can hear and she says, “You didn’t tell me it would be like this. You said she’d be—hello? Hello? ” Then she cries. I listen. Her tears sound like me, lost and scared, and I get up and go downstairs, go to her. “Ava, honey,” she says, seeing me and wiping her eyes.
Something me. Something that knows I can gain trust. Find answers. I smile at her. ” “Me either,” she says, and glances at the phone, a fast, frightened look. “I guess you going back to school has got me thinking . . do you want to look at some photos again? ” “Sure,” I say, and so I listen to her tell me stories about photos I have seen but still don’t know, listen to her tell me about Ava’s life and school. All mine, now. “I like your shirt,” I say, pointing at the last picture where a girl who looks like me is frowning, arms crossed over her chest as Jane grins at the camera against a backdrop of beach.
As I Wake by Elizabeth Scott