And the worst thing was, there were no mirrors out there in the wild, so the princess was left wondering whether she in fact was still beautiful... or if the fall had changed the story completely.
At least one thing was consistent about her life: It just kept on getting more complicated.
But it's always taking a risk, when you ... kiss someone new.
Left alone, human beings are a plague. They multiply relentlessly, consuming every resource, destroying everything they touch.
Maybe she still was a pretty-head, making up irrational stories about the empty forest. The longer she stayed alone out here, the more Tally understood why the Rusties and their predecessors had believed in invisible beings, praying to placate spirits as they trashed the natural world around them.
My name is tally youngblood and my mind is very ugly
Nature was tough, it could be dangerous, but unlike Dr. Cable or shay, or peris-unlike people in general-it made sense. The problems it threw at you could be solved rationally.
Sometimes it felt like her life was a series of falls from ever-greater heights.
What happens when perfection isn't good enough?
With everything so perfect, reality seemed somehow fragile, as if the slightest interruption could imperil her pretty future... all of it felt as tenuous as a soap bubble, shivering and empty.
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