Now that you have heard me torture myself for ten minutes...
Chapter One: Colorless
I can honestly say, being all of six chapters in, that the insanity only gets worse from here.
To start off the introductions, we have Andromeda Slate. If she were being portrayed on the movie screen, she would have a constant perplexed frown on her face.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
In nearly every scene, she's complaining about something. Her parents named her Andromeda, her friend is so perfect, her school has an actual arts garden.
- Quote :
- “This house has more meaning than my life,” I groaned aloud.
First chapter and she has already out Bella'd Bella.
Second is Bree, otherwise known as Bridget Fiffan. A spunky, so called smart red-head just this side of chubby whom, Andromeda is intimidated by. Constantly. She and Andromeda have the standard frenemy relationship where Bridget pretends to care about Andromeda and Andromeda insults Bridget's Good Will clothes behind her back.
And finely, rounding out the trio, we have the token minority; Vivek Mayank. He plays the same role as Jacob and Jose, only more ineffectual and a bit of a pussy.
Vik, as Andi (Andromeda) and Bree (Bridget) call him, brings his parents' latest archaeological acquisition to school with him. It's a book of eldritch magic called the Necronomicon. He does this to get in good with Andi, who is really into old books.
I won't spoil any more of the crazy that happens later on, but there is blood involved. A lot of blood and none of it from Andromeda.
Also, Cthulhu wears FUBU and has a gaggle of cultists style his hair every morning.