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Sarah Pratchett a young innocent girl living with her mother Mama Pratchett who treats her without any love and care They lived a small town which was near an abandoned train station that had hardly been put to use by anyone except Mama Pratchett when she had her weekly trips to collect her clothes for her work since Mama was a seamstress pg9 The train station belonged to Uncle Bertie who was related to Will Quaver who also gave him the advantage of getting free trips Sarah being only 9 didnt understand much of Mamas doings so did not know or dare question why babies were coming and disappearing throughout her years spent with Mama Living her lifestyle was not easy at all suffering day by day with Mamas chores and nurturing Mamas little ones She started to have doubts about Mamas babies when thing started to look suspicious as the five babies could not have been given birth by Mama since the they were aged between one year to five and none of them were twins Pg18 Sarah would not have any rights of arguing with Mama or even alone think of it There was one time when Sarah was demanded to come along with Mama to the train station and collect a package Sarah asked Mama if they were clothes if so she could leave it with Mr Quaver but Mama replied with a high toned voice which no one could ever refuse pg9 Sarah had no intension to even reply back to Mama after what she had said Sarah had fear in herself to face up to Mama after what she had been through and the way she was treated didnt give her any self confidence in having her own way with Mama One day Sarah had met a boy named will and got to become good friends through a long friendship which they had while Mama wasnt home or was away
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