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Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Choose Store. In this series View all Book 1. Book 2. She hesitated long enough for me to realise what she meant. I turned away from the devastation outside. She stooped and picked up the TV remote from the day-room coffee table. It shook in her hand as she held it out to me. The old television set gave a faint clunk as I switched it on. In a few seconds, an all-too-familiar scene appeared. Hundreds of the creatures.
Cars and buildings ablaze. People screaming. People running. People dying. It could have been Tokyo, but then again it could have been anywhere. I clicked through half a dozen more channels, but the images were always the same. I turned back to the window and gazed out.
The clouds above the next town were tinged with orange and red. It was already burning. The first few times I laughed. The next few I smiled and nodded. It was the only way she was going to learn. For a seventy-four-year-old with two plastic hips, anyway. Up until I was about six or seven, Nan used to stay here in the house with us. It was Nan, Mum and me, all living together and getting along fine. Then one day Nan forgot her name.
It just popped right out of her head one morning, and she had to ask Mum what it was. Everything was OK again for a while, then Nan started to get more and more confused. It freaked Mum out. The home Mum found for her seemed quite nice. Everyone there was friendly, and Nan seemed happy enough. Every year she buys me more. Last year it was Power Rangers. The year before that it was Spider-Man. The years before that? One looked like a cat dressed as a cowboy. If I kind of closed one eye and tilted my head to the side another one looked like a monkey in a dress.
A bit. It seemed to make Nan happy, though, so I kept it up until she started snoring her head off in front of the fire. With Nan asleep I was free to go and check out the smell that had been wafting in from the kitchen for the last twenty minutes.
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Mum was making Christmas lunch for the three of us, and I could hardly wait. Feared, even. For a woman who could burn a boiled egg, though, she somehow always managed to make a mean turkey with all the trimmings come December 25th. It was her own kind of Christmas magic. Not as spectacular as flying around the world in one night, but impressive all the same.
I just wanted a little sausage. She swept past me and tore open a drawer. At least I guessed that was what they were.
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They might have been instruments of torture for all I knew. I always ask it anyway. It just slips out. Mum sighed and slammed the utensils down on the kitchen counter. She hung her head, her back towards me, saying nothing. The only sounds were the howling of the wind outside and the steady rattling of Nan snoring in the living room. It just sounded tired. She turned to face me and I could see that the lines of her face were drawn with sadness.
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Just like there was no word from him last year, or any year before that. Do I look like him? Do we sound the same? I jumped as a plate smashed on the kitchen floor. That had done it, she was properly angry now. When are you going to accept that? I felt tears spring to my eyes, as much for Mum as for myself.
Why did I always push her like this?