Book Beginning from ‘THREE SISTERS‘ by HELEN SMITH
The south London sky exploded with a thousand deaths that night. Emily looked up. Tiny coloured lights hung in the blackness, like Midget Gems suspended mid-rinse in a toddler’s open mouth. She was on her way to the bonfire party at the big house at the end of the street in Brixton, where she lived, at the invitation of the new owner, whom she had never met. Emily should have been used to the fireworks at her age because there had always been fireworks on bonfire night, for as long as she could remember-
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