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Cerise is a young girl, around 11 or 12, that awkward Not *Quite* A Teenager Age. She has a nice home, a loving family, and an all around comfortable life.
So why exactly is she so sad?
See, Cerise’s loving family isn’t just any family. Cerise is the the youngest member of the Leight family, a family of prodigies. Each of Cerise’s six older sisters are a genius in some field—singing, sewing, whatever. All of them are supremely talented and supremely well-loved by the rest of the community.
But under the shadow of her brilliant, beautiful, amazing sisters, Cerise feels…like nothing. She has no talents, no special skills, and is almost painfully average. She feels as if she isn’t worthy to be a Leight.
And it makes her very sad.
But it also makes her very angry. Angry and jealous at the sisters who she loves so much, for being so great. So angry she wishes-
Well. She wishes things she shouldn’t.
In any case, Cerise is for the most part very gloomy and grumpy and spends most of her time feeling sorry for herself. Until one day, she meets a stranger.
The stranger is kind and listens to all of Cerise’s frustration and wishes for talent. And then she tells Cerise a curious thing: there is a way for her to become talented.
The stranger gives Cerise a strange typewriter that has the ability to capture whatever is written with it. The stranger tells Cerise that, if she spends a day with each of her sisters, seeing what they do, how they do it, if she writes down what she observes, the typewriter will capture the talents of each of her sisters on paper.
If Cerise then burns each paper and breathes in the smoke, she will gain the talent of each sister—but at the cost of them losing those talents.
Cerise is conflicted:
On the one hand, she’ll be taking what gives her sisters joy and purpose in life,
but on the other, she will finally gain the one thing SHE’s ever wanted in life.
What’s a girl to do?
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