Devin skulked in the back corner of his English class, his head sunk back into the depths of his gray hoodie.
Scott and Alex, two rows ahead of him, overweight boys with red and blonde hair cut in similarly spiky cuts, had turned around at least three times during the period to make low ‘ghostly’ moans and wiggle their fingers like faux spirits. In first period biology, Fauna Harrigan, a popular swimmer, had thrown her white jacket over her head and made eerie whines at the lab table next to his. Then in the hallway after second period, Greg Moverly had shouted a violent “Boo” just as Devin rounded the corner of the gym then burst into guffaws.
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