A House of Cards: Deconstructing Ethan (The Forbidden Room) by J P Barnaby

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Because I spent all of my time alone, it didn’t take me long to catch up on the work I needed to do to graduate. Graduating from high school seemed like such a normal teenage activity, yet it felt completely foreign to me. At that point, I was just living to turn eighteen so that I could leave Chicago. Every time that my mother had talked me into leaving the house, either for dinner or even to go to a museum, I felt like people were staring at me. She tried to tell me that they weren’t, but I knew that they could see my shame.

When I was finally returned to them, they had no idea how to deal with the disturbed, violent, damaged teenage boy their sweet child had become. The first time my father tried to wake me from one of my frequent nightmares, I accidently broke his nose. I was so lost in what I thought was happening to me, that all I saw was a man that wanted to hurt me. By the time my mother was able to snap me out of it, his face was bloody. When I finally realized where I was and what I had done, all I could do was sink into a corner of my room, pulling my knees up to my chest and sob.

I asked half into the pillow, surprised when my voice cracked. My voice sounded broken and lost as I heard my sorrow pouring into each word. “The hospital called me. I called you and didn’t get an answer, so I called Josh for Jayden’s cell. ” I felt the mattress shift under her weight as she sat on the bed beside me, her fingers gently moving through my hair. ” she asked in a concerned whisper. “No. He had a family obligation and moved to Chicago. ” My heart broke a little more with each word.

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