By Isobelle Carmody
Are Alyzon’s new skills a blessing . . . or a curse?Alyzon Whitestarr does not take after her musically gifted father or her nocturnal, creative mom. actually, she’s the main general member of a truly eccentric relatives . . . until eventually the day that an twist of fate leaves her extra specific than she ever may have dreamed. unexpectedly shades are extra bright to Alyzon; her reminiscence is wonderful; yet strangest of all is Alyzon’s experience of odor. Her ally smells of a comforting sea breeze. She registers her father’s contentment because the candy odor of caramelized sugar. yet why does the cutest man at school odor so rancid? With Alyzon’s extrasensory belief comes intrigue and probability, as she turns into conscious of the darkish secrets and techniques and hidden pursuits that threaten her relatives. in spite of everything, being varied can be much less of a blessing than a curse. . . .
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The only good thing about Rhona was her continued faith in Mum, which Mum treated as if it were a sort of slow wasting illness that she would probably die from someday. “That’s a stunning ensemble,” Rhona told Mirandah, who entered wearing purple boots, purple tights, and a violet tie-dyed petticoat with ragged lace. She looked at me. “You ought to wear a bit of color once in a while, Alyzon. ” I ate a tomato, cheerfully thinking there was definitely hope for me if Rhona disliked how I looked. A picture of Harlen Sanderson crept into my mind and I felt my face grow hot.
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I felt fine except for the fact that my senses went on bringing me weird and unwanted smells and surges of feelings, even with the sense suppressant. I was beginning to dread the thought of it wearing off: what if I was bombarded with input like the first time I woke, and went into a coma again? If it hadn’t been for the odious Dr. Austin wanting to keep me on the stuff, I might have asked Dr. Reed if I could keep taking it. But as it was, Dr. Reed gave me one last pill before Da took me home, telling me the drug would work its way out of my system over a week, and that my own senses would gradually readjust.