By Marianna Baer
Leena Thomas’s senior 12 months at boarding institution starts off with a merciless surprise: Frost residence, the comfy Victorian dorm the place she and her top acquaintances selected to dwell, has been assigned an unforeseen roommate—confrontational, eccentric Celeste Lazar. What Celeste lacks in social grace, even though, her brother, David, a contemporary move pupil, makes up for in attractiveness and beauty. yet whereas he and Leena take to each other instantly, Leena unearths herself suffering to stability her growing to be appeal together with her worry of having harm. As periods get lower than method, unusual happenings start to bedevil Frost House—frames mys-teriously falling off partitions, doorways locking through themselves, furnishings toppling over. Celeste blames the housemates, confident they wish to scare her into leaving. And whereas Leena attempts to play peacekeeper among her top neighbors and new roommate, quickly the mysterious happenings within the dorm, an extreme triangle among Leena, Celeste, and David, and the reawakening of youth fears all push Leena to take more and more determined measures to consider secure. yet does the chance lie together with her new roommate, inside of Leena’s personal brain . . . or in Frost condominium itself? Frost is a gorgeous and mind-blowing story of suspense from debut writer Marianna Baer.
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I heard about your new roommate, Leena,” Jessica Liu said as the other two went into stalls. ” “You heard? ” I didn’t like that. Other people knowing made it seem more like a done deal. “My brother went to school with her brother. They were on the phone yesterday and her brother asked to talk to me. ” Abby said. ” I asked Jess. “The truth. ” I gave her a sarcastic smile. “Anyway, I’m not sure if it’s going to work out for her to live with us. Dean Shepherd wants to meet. ” I checked my watch. “She won’t be in her office much longer.
He smiled, wide, with full-on dimples. In this light, the blue of his eyes reminded me of raspberry slushies. “See you, Leena,” he said. And rode away. I decided to finish unpacking and arranging my room before working on my presentation, and as I filled drawers and shifted furniture and hung pictures, I kept wondering what David had meant. People played spoons as instruments, but he’d said he wasn’t a musician. There was a card game called Spoons; I found that hard to imagine. . I hadn’t come up with any feasible possibilities when I joined Viv and Abby upstairs.
I still would have lived in Frost House, after all. Chapter 4 WITH ONLY TWENTY MINUTES before dinner, I couldn’t bring myself to put on all my clothes after cold-showering. I stood in front of a fan, wearing boy shorts and a bra, trying to figure out the best furniture arrangement for my side of the bedroom. The room extends off the back of Frost House—almost more of a sunporch. Three of the walls have windows that look out on the postcard-size backyard bordered by thick foliage. Even on a gray day like this the room glowed with natural light.