The Silent Choir
On the last night of a tour of European cathedrals, a member of a school choir died.
100 lives were affected by his death. Some of them saw something that night in Paris, something they can’t remember or won’t remember. Some of them have wondered what happened, letting the idea of it grow vast in their heads. Some of them have just got on with their lives, as best they could.
None of them have sung since.
“Noble’s horror story about a group of students who encountered something deadly—it’s never clear what—on a class trip to Paris is structured as hypertext fiction: you can start anywhere and link from segment to segment in different directions.” – Shaenon K. Garrity, Comixology
“…by heavens it’s impressive” – Richard Bruton, Forbidden Planet International