1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.
Has anybody ever seen a puppet move when their strings have been cut? Pinocchio doesn't count: he had no strings to begin with. Didn't see this coming, did you?
An interesting comment was brought up about this entire puppet sequence; one reader felt that it didn't fit. Does anyone else feel that way? If so, can you specify in what manner it doesn't fit?
To me it does make sense that there would be some sort of space or transition between being bit by a vampire and whatever happens next, because there is that death/near-death moment that people experience in different ways. I do see the connection to her being a puppet and her normal life. :3
She was born into a poor-working class, she was made to be a maid, she was told what to do since she was born & the irony is that she has had more freedom with the freaks then she ever had anywhere else. She has been freaking out over what Mr Sparkly said & hasn't yet figured out that she has all the freedom she wants & more all she has to do is take it. Now we have a puppet whose morality strings are being cut question is does she stay a puppet or wake up? WAKE UP B!