Shadows Of Guta (Excerpt 373) No Merit
The way the beast was looking at Stephen, was odd to say the least, and it seemed awestruck that he could see it. He wonders why, if this is the case, why is it he can see this creature but no one else can? Why does he have such a connection and an apparent one from an early age? The first time he saw this thing was at the age of nine and the wretched beast has haunted his nightmares and waking hours ever since.
As he and the officer pull up to the police station, his nerves begin to elevate and he now realizes how serious this situation is. He has no one here to help him and he is unsure of how long the authorities will detain him at the jail. Most of all, he wonders what exactly it is they feel he has done wrong? Stephen shakes his head as he looks down at his shoes and thinks to himself.
What will Zsofia think of him now, if she even cares? Her grandfather has had it out for him all along and this is just another reason to push him away from the Eszes family. Surely now, after this display of erratic and crazy behavior, the people will deem him insane as the town fool. After all, he was banging on a window, yelling and screaming at the top of his lungs at something that was not there. As far as the individuals who came to assist know, the woman was simply having a heart attack. There is no merit in the loud display Stephen was creating.
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