Matthew and Stephen
Stephen hates his new neighbourhood. It's ugly, dirty and far from the country. And even worse, he doesn't know anyone. It's too hard - and takes too long - to make new friends.
Matthew feels lonely too. He doesn't go to school anymore...not since his mother died from the sickness, his sickness, the sickness of our time. Now, they're all afraid of him. Between a ration of pills and coughing fits, he lashes out at his enemies: the neighbourhood birds.
A story about two separate and lonely lives that will collide before the light in the room goes out forever.
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