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|A home-schooled introvert becomes an angel of death.|
In 1967, a young Linda Tavara sits in her room, surrounded by boxes of small animals that she killed with her ability. Her parents are afraid of her, a fact that she is perfectly happy with. Linda is able to detect and suck out the "auras" of people and animals. Unsatisfied with the tiny auras of animals, Linda sneaks out of her house to find a human victim. She eventually finds Ida May Walker, an old woman in a retirement home with an aura that is unusually bright. Ida rants about the "angels" that she sees while her dominoes partner calls her insane. Linda tells Ida that she has a phone call, hoping to get her alone. When no one answers Ida's phone, Linda admits that she lied. When Ida asks if Linda is an angel, Linda says yes and absorbs her aura. As the retirement home staff calls an ambulance for Ida, Linda walks away, now able to see the ghostly images of people that Ida called "angels".
- On page 6, the word "quiet" is misspelled as "quite."
- "Moonlight Serenade" is the name of one of Glenn Miller's most famous compositions, recorded in 1939.