May 20, 2016

After a garden party one hazy summer evening, where her mother had one glass of one too many, a girl goes looking for her older sister. No one knows where she is, exactly, and something doesn’t feel right. The girl eventually finds her sister sprawled in a darkened corner of the garden, bleeding, unconscious, and half-naked. No one knows what happened. No one saw anything. 

Was it the googly-eyed grandfather, rumored to have roving hands? Was it the superhero dad, whose relationship with the gi...

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