Jenny’s Key

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Click the pic for the original challenge. Shared for Ermilia’s Picture It & Write.

Content moved: The excerpt originally posted here is from a chapter that has now been posted as The Keeper and the Key.

All the chapters of Jenny and the Snowy Owl can be found under the menu link of the same name.

Thanks always for reading! ♥

~ Annie

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11 Responses to Jenny’s Key

  1. joetwo says:

    Blood and bile, ewwwww! There are some interesting descriptions here Anne, very well written!

  2. nightlake says:

    really scary.powerful..especially the description of the thirsty stone floor drinking the blood..

  3. Ermilia says:

    Your descriptions are truly magical. ‘Jenny listened to the feet disappearing down the corridor, trying to imagine its shape from the echoes of their armored boots.’ So fantastic, as well as the floor drinking the blood. You brought the bloody scene to life and made me feel as she had. Great storytelling! You’re a magician with words, Annie. 🙂

    – Ermisenda

  4. For some reason, the line “This place is so queer! So awful and so queer!” really stuck with me, despite all the other vivid descriptions. Reminds me of Alice in Wonderland, this crazy unreal journey of Jenny’s! That key creeps me out. The way it entered/appeared in her stomach gave me the shivers. Really want to know who Sonye is and how they tie into this story.

    • Anne Schilde says:

      Haha, I even said the word “curiouser” in one of the earlier chapters without realizing it. It wasn’t a deliberate parallel though. Jenny likes to read. 🙂 We meet Sonye near the beginning of the next chapter and this is really where her adventure begins. Hold onto your feathers and watch out for the tail!

  5. kz says:

    love the descriptions here, specially the image of the thirsty stone floor drinking the blood..slowly. very well written.

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