Withershynnes: In The Dark- Susanna M. Newstead
It was at the thirteenth hour of the thirteenth day upon her thirteenth birthday that Mabel Wetherspring realised that she was very different from her friends and what was left of her family. She had dropped out of the village ring dance because she’d begun to get too hot, nauseous and dizzy. John Swineherd had hold of her right hand and Stephen Meadow her left. She’d let go of them and spun off into the trees.