The Sweet The Spooky and The Terrifying by Rachel Ann Hubert EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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James has forgotten to eat lunch again.
It wasn’t intentional by any means. He had been hard at work
studying for the biochem exam, and one thing led to another, and all he had
managed to chew on was the end of his pen.
It was hardly filling.
He doubted all this studying would be good for anything anyway.
He slammed the textbook shut and rested his forehead on the cool wood
of the desk. A million thoughts raced through his head. Anxieties
compounded on top of anxieties until his heart rate started to race. And then
he felt bad for that, too.
Sometimes, James felt like he was doing this whole being a person thing
wrong. Like everyone else was given a guidebook for how to survive, and
meanwhile, he was still fumbling through which words to say to not sound
weird, which clothes to wear to not draw attention, or which person in class
to pair up with that wouldn’t have that look on their face—the oh please no,
anyone but him—look when it was time for group projects.
God, did James hate group projects.
Images flashed in his mind of late nights finishing PowerPoints by
himself because someone had to do it, and somehow, that someone was
And there came the self-pity right on cue.
He stood from his desk and took a few deep breaths. He was great at
thinking himself into a hole, even better at isolating himself to wallow in it.
His stomach growled, reminding him of its emptiness. With a defeated
look at the papers fanned out over his desk, he snatched his hoodie and left
Other students were laughing and going on about Halloween parties and
costumes as they passed. The college town had many perks—a coffee shop
at nearly every corner, a wide variety of cheap food, and a video game store
with one of the largest selections of old games James had ever seen.
However, it also had more people than he was comfortable with.
There were enough bodies on the sidewalks that he had to bob and weave
through the traffic. He passed by a couple dressed as Wanda and Cosmo and
darted into his favorite diner.
The staff were all dressed up, too. Some of the waitresses had cat ears on
or a tail or clown make-up. It seemed everyone was in high spirits for the
As he walked up, hands buried in his pockets, he blinked at the woman
behind the register. She was in his biochem class—usually sat a few rows
“What can I get ya?” She asked.
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