SSS #7: The Twins

As promised, this passage describes more of Edward’s children.  Meet Amy and May:

“The twins were next.  They were identical in every sense of the word, and I couldn’t tell which was Amy and which was May.  It wasn’t the first time I’d failed them as a father.  The tiny, frail things clung to each other and sobbed so hard their bodies shook.  What was their crime?  The hooded man sighed and waved over one of the guards.  Together, they aimed at the little girls and fired in unison.  The sobs, once filling the dusty air, ended.”

This leaves two more to introduce for next week!

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