Long after the war ended, the citizens of Winterdale were reluctant to re-enter the cottages around the town’s perimeter. Occupied by soldiers during the war, they served as a constant reminder of the bloodshed and pain the townspeople longed to forget. Some were eventually returned to the comforting warmth they’d known prior to the war while others lay crumbling, filled with the echoes of things too painful to recall.
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