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Zombies, Oh My. 2Dorris wore a worried expression on her face when Sage and Mia approached her. She had a phone cradled between ear and shoulder, mumbling short words of understanding and concern. When she saw the two girls, her face morphed into a well-practiced smile. Sage noticed that despite the welcoming face, the aunt's hands still shook.
"Girls," she said, putting her arms on their shoulders. "Unfortunately this party has to come to an end. Go upstairs, get changed, pack some clothes, alright darlings?" She herded them in the direction of the doors and then turned to face her guests. Sage caught the words "police" and "emergency" from the host before she was cut off by the click of the patio doors. Turning, she saw Mia looking at her with a confused expression before she led her up the stairs. While they packed, Mia joked about the possibilities of why they were packing up their clothes. Vampire armies, tsunamis, and zombie hordes were among the suggestions. Sage knew her friend was just playing
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It took Sage a while to take in the large stacks of books before her, but as she registered the possibilities, a smug smile slowly filled her face. An entire section, and a section had to at least be 20 to 50 books each, was on vampires. Her favorite. To the left she noticed more books, a confessions series, that she had wanted to read for a long time. Heart fluttering, she franticly ran her options through her mind. Of course, she had all the time in the world to read every book here. As this thought passed by her she laughed out loud without meaning to.
But who owns their own full library, seriously?
Alerted by the sound of Sages random outburst, Mia turned around. Her eyebrow was cocked, mouth prepared to fire.
Sage, you are the only person in the world who laughs with joy at the sight of books.
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