Stung by Bethany Wiggins
When Fiona wakes up in her bedroom, something is very wrong. All of her clothes are faded and there is dust and trash everywhere. The house has obviously been abandoned for some time. When Fiona looks in the bathroom mirror, she is not looking into her own face. Yes, those are her eyes, but she suddenly has breasts and hips, not the flat thirteen-year-old body she had been expecting to see. She also has a strange tattoo on one hand, a black oval with ten marks around it. Monsters are walking the city, attacking people and others have banded together to fight them off. Fiona recognizes people she knows, but they are not friendly. Chased through the ruined city, Fiona takes shelter in the sewers where she discovers help that comes with a price.
Wiggins has created such a compelling scenario here. It is a story…
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