Gothikana by RuNyx EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: RuNyx
- Genre: Gothic Romances, Gothic Fiction, Family Saga Fiction
- Publish Date: 15 June 2021
- Size: 1 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
Corvina had never heard of the University of Verenmore. But then again,
she hadn’t heard of most normal things, not with her upbringing. However,
nobody else had heard of it either.
Holding the letter that she got weeks ago in her hands – a letter written in
ink on browned, thick paper that smelled as old, beloved books did – she
perused the words again.
Dear Miss Clemm,
The University of Verenmore is pleased to extend our offer of admission
to you. For over a century, we have enlisted students who come from special
backgrounds to attend our esteemed institution. Your name was referred to us
by the Morning Star Psychiatric Institute.
We would like to offer you a full scholarship to our associate
undergraduate course at Verenmore. This degree will give you access to
some exclusive circles going forward, and open many doors for you in the
world. We believe with your academic records and personal history, you
would be a good fit for our institution.
While we understand that this must be a difficult time for you, a decision
must be made. Kindly revert to this letter at the attached address for further
information. If we do not receive any response from you within 60 days, we
will regretfully rescind the offer.
We hope to hear from you.
University of Verenmore
Corvina had never received a letter, much less one as bizarre as this.
And it was very bizarre.
She was a twenty-one-year-old girl who’d been home-schooled and
secluded her whole life by her mother. Why would a university want an
undergraduate student way past the normal age, one who didn’t have
anything close to conventional schooling? And who even sent hand-written
Weird thing was, no one knew about the university. She’d tried to find
something about it – asking the chief doctor at the facility, using her town
library’s computer, and no one knew anything. Verenmore didn’t exist
anywhere except on the map, a tiny blip, a small town by the same name in
the valley of Mount Verenmore. That was all.
The school existed somewhere on the mountain that civilians weren’t
usually allowed on. And she knew this because her taxi driver – a very kind
man called Larry – had just told her so as he drove them up the mountain.
“Not a lot of folks ‘round here who go up to that castle ‘nymore,” Larry
continued his barrage of information, winding the small private black car up
the slightly inclined road. Corvina had found him right outside the train
station when she’d come out. It had taken her two trains – one from Ashburn
and the next from Tenebrae – and over twelve hours to get to Verenmore.
Larry had been surprised when she’d given him her destination on the
mountain, to the point he’d prayed before starting the car.
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