And this is what a clock-heart looks like ladies and gentlemen.
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2 thoughts on “Chapter 01 Page 31 The Clock Heart”
What—does nobody own mirrors in this town? Are they illegal? Because it seems like Winding Day is something you’d want to see coming.
It is more of a “no one wants reminders” thing- no one wants to look at the obvious clock on their chest, and this has actually changed some fashions within Hearts. If they don’t see it, it is totally not there.
Also, the day the Queen arrives to wind is never set in stone- she may arrive the last day left on the clocks or a week before, or even longer. She likes to keep her people nervous.
I should probably stick this in the glossary.
The people living within the Hearts province no longer bear their own hearts. Instead, strange mechanisms resembling wind-up clocks have been inserted into their chests by their feared Queen, who holds the only key to wind their lives longer.
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