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    1.  Madeleine is afraid of her own shadow,and when she comes back home at night, it is a real for her!

    2.  However, her new position doesn't leave her with the choice of . The shadows become shorter than your body under the light, then multiple between different points of the light, but the shadows lengthen once the lampposts have been overtaken. The shadows are as movable as lights, as if they were living. Madeleine panicks, especially as she hears footsteps that she knows to be hallucinogenic: her heart is banging in her chest. Behind every building entrance, every bush, someone can be hidden in ambush.

    3.  She runs down the last stretch of road, dimly lit, arriving out of breath, completely , breathing her whiff of Ventoline.

    4.  Shaking like a leaf, as she thrusts her key into the gate, then she walks across the garden at the bottom of her .

    5.  Finally, she presents her badge in the drive, which automatically triggers the light in the entrance hall which she rushes in, as soon as she hears the door click to catch her breath, before climbing to her third floor by the .

    6.  Madeleine struggles to go upstairs. At her door, that night, there was a note which she recognised as her mother's regular : 'I'm waiting for you!'

    7. What surprised Madeleine was that her mother never uses the mark.

    8.  When she opened her door, that night, exhausted, she gave some food and fresh water to her cat, then she cleaned its litter, and had dinner... then she only remembered she had been knocked out on the .

    9.  Madeleine fainted without understanding .

    10.  She awoke later, in her bed, and dressed in .

    11.  A deep headache tormented her, and when she touched her head, she felt a crust on her because she had bled.

    12.  Her grandfather's mask, laid on the shelf above her bed, fell down after her cat jumped to a higher place on her clothes closet... The cat missed its goal, threw the mask out of the bed, then it loudly miaowed, without being injured. Madeleine woke up with a start then called for her mother who didn't write anything to her, and Madeleine realised she had a , although she were awaken!

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