The Boy with the Blind Eyes

The Boy with the Blind Eyes

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ElyshaJane By ElyshaJane Completed

"Sometimes, when you see less, you fall harder."

Aspiring pianist Tamsin Gilbert isn't what you might call a 'lucky' girl. In fact, she's got anything but luck - living in a small town in the middle of nowhere with an abusive father, forgetful mother and autistic brother. But when a letter from one of the most sought after music academies in the country finds itself in her mailbox, she realises that her luck - and her life - is beginning to change. 

And then...well, then there's Angus... 

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borsasheoptheplor borsasheoptheplor 6 days ago
This is a little out-of-character for Trey. Being autistic means that he would not be able to formulate such complex sentences like these. Could you maybe simplify it a little?
IM TAKING THIS HORSE BY THE REINS MAKING REDCOATS REDDER WITH BLOOD STAINS
borsasheoptheplor borsasheoptheplor 6 days ago
Again- too complex for an autistic child. Perhaps you can change "berates" to "screams?"
Sunny_Ty Sunny_Ty May 10
Aw, I'm loving Eli even though he's not really alive in this story.
great first chapter, loved it :) the writing was fluent, polished, and a little mysterious. great start!!
borsasheoptheplor borsasheoptheplor 6 days ago
You know what to do- Ever since she had her first piano, there WAS a certainty...
                              
                              Also- "There was nothing quite so extraordinary as making music" should be "There was nothing quite AS extraordinary AS making music."