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Inside Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
Or was purgatory the correct word? If there was any way to atone for my sins, I should somehow have the balance. Boredom was not something I got used to; each day seemed impossibly more monotonous than the day before. I think this was my way of sleeping, if sleep was defined by the inert state between periods of activity. I watched the cracks running through the concrete in the farthest corner of the cafeteria, imagining patterns among them that weren’t there. It was a way to disconnect the voices that screamed like a stream of water inside my head. Many hundreds of those voices that I ignored with boredom. When it came to human minds, he had heard of everything and more. Today, all thoughts have turned to the trivial spectacle of the new addition to the small student body here. It didn’t take long to hear them all. He had seen the same face repeated from all angles. Just a normal human girl. The thrill of his arrival was wearily predictable, like showing a child a shiny object. Half the male herd has already imagined falling in love with it, just because it was something new to look at. I vehemently tried to shut them up.