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"People die all the time. Girls go missing all the time, and sometimes they don't come back. But it's not relentlessly broadcast on every news station, it's not on the front page of every newspaper. Not every missing kid is a household name, whether they're found dead or alive. Not every perpetrator or suspect has to be infamous. They took a terrible incident and sensationalised it, capitalised on this misery, with nothing but forced evidence and false accusations. They targeted him when he was down, took him away, ruined his life, and spat him out again. Now we're here, and he's like this, for their entertainment." ~ M. KENYON ✖
- The Other Half Of Me
She loves bats and mangos. ♥
"You'll never be a l o n e, when darkness comes I'll light the night with stars, hear my whispers in the dark."
"I will n e v e r know myself until I do this on my own, I will never feel anything else until my wounds are healed."
• Marcel Kenyon ~ the father •
• Suzanne Kenyon ~ the mother •
• Serge Sauvaterre ~ the uncle •
• Amby Sauvaterre ~ the cousin •
It all started when the seventeen year old, heavy-metal-loving wild child, Marcel Kenyon, knocked up his nineteen year old hippy girlfriend, Suzanne Sauvaterre in the busy city of Montreal. Around nine months later, the twins, Alice and River Kenyon, were born. After a few years of easing into parenthood, the young couple got married in Vegas, and have remained in love and happily married ever since. The twins grew up well in the large city, better than some had expected considering their parents' ages. They had a close relationship was brother and sister; they rarely argued and seemed to understand each other well, even as children. Alice was the more dominant out of the two, her personality more adventurous and outgoing, while River was more cautious and timid, and tended to take the back seat to his sister. Their ways didn't change much as they got older, but the circumstances around them did. Neither of them were unpopular, they were well liked, and neither had any enemies. Alice's natural sweetness and River's awkward charm managed to get earn them both a positive reputation in their area and in their high school. But following a sudden turn of events, the pleasant simplicity of their lives was long gone.
Now, both of the twins are seventeen years old, nearing their eighteenth birthday, and their mentalities and circumstances are completely different. They have gone from being a favorable family in their community, to being one of the most despised families in the Quebec, maybe even the whole of Canada. The situation stemmed from a tragic event that spun into what could be called either an enormous misunderstanding or complete injustice, and the false - well, not entirely false - accusations caused the family to flee their homeland for their own safety. Now, they seek refuge from the dangerous drama and media speculation that surrounded them, to continue their lives in peace.
Full background story of the family; http://yourmissinglinks.blogspot.co.uk
After returning from incarseration at the end of the murder trial, the infamous teenager was more damaged physically and mentally than his family could have anticipated. Due to the relentless media attention and speculation regarding his innocence, resulting in his circumstances being far from stable, he still hasn't had a chance to grieve, and had been heavily influenced by other people’s views of him. He blames himself for Liz death and believes that he did deserve a punishment for what he had failed to do, especially as he hadn’t been sentenced. Now, he attempts to punish himself in his own little ways. He is paranoid, quiet, self-loathing, damaged and is still in a state of denial. As a method of punishment, he doesn’t want to recover. He rejects happiness and comfort, isolating himself and refusing help. The timid but charming personality he was known for is hidden beneath a complex exterior. He has been battling with PTSD, self-loathing, depression, extreme stress, eating and sleeping problems, panic attacks, mood swings, and self mutilation while still recovering from previous sustained injuries. Being around him is like walking on egg shells, as the slightest thing could trigger a complete change in his mood and progression. He had the growing habit of blocking and censoring his thoughts to preserve his sanity, rather than facing the past he tries to filter it as much as he can. He won't even discuss the circumstances of his days in prison with his own family members; he keeps a lot to himself. His personality changed drastically as a result of the hazardous string of events; his moods ranging from extremely neutral, worryingly depressive, and startlingly aggressive. However, getting through to him and breaking past his walls isn't as difficult as he has lead his family to believe - as the 'old' River is still under there, fighting to get out, he's just holding himself back out of fear that he wouldn't dare to discuss.
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Serge's contrasting surname has stopped him from being publicly connected to the Kenyon's, but he has been closely involved with them throughout the majority of his life. He was still rather young when Alice and River were born and spent a lot of time with them growing up, quickly becoming their favorite uncle. When the Kenyon's fell into trouble, Serge helped in supporting them financially and played a crucial role in getting them out of the country and into safety. Now, he was one of the few people in Canada that the family keep in contact with. Serge used the money he made through ski-jumping. Being the baby of the family, he was spoiled by his parents but asked for lessons in ski-jumping above all else. He began casually training in the sport when he was ten years old and competing in children's contests when he was twelve. Now twenty-four, he is a professional ski-jumper, representing Quebec as part of Canada's Ski-Jumping team. He's career has been rather successful, and he's picked up multiple medals in competitions from Scandinavia to Asia. Confidence and competitiveness is necessary in the sport, as his maintaining his physique. His qualities often lead to him being misinterpreted as being self-absorbed and cocky, especially when he's buzzed after a good win. However, Serge is instead rather self-conscious, incredibly caring, hospitable, hard working and loyal. Most wouldn't believe him if he told them that, in high school, he'd been neither popular nor confident, and had dabbled with bulimia until his graduation. Serge's inability to say 'no' to people has also got him into trouble, and on one occasion, he ended up being involved with two girls at once, unable to end either of the relationships. This eventually backfired in his face, as one would expect, and he's been viewed as being a womanizer ever since, even though hasn't dated anyone since the incident.
Amby Sauvaterre has embraced his new-found freedom since moving in with Serge. He generally comes off as being a very carefree character. Amby's personality is nothing short of endearing; the energetic young man seems to be on a naturally continuous high, always laughing about something. He apologizes for the slightest of mistakes and finds a reason to hug people on a regular basis. Some have compared his personality to that of a puppy. While being very intelligent, Amby is also naively trusting and forgiving, with the tendency of becoming very attached to people without much difficulty. The way he is now makes it difficult to forget where he came from; the past he's still trying to escape. Ambroise Pelleteir - as he was once known - grew up in a household dominated by his incredibly controlling father. He is the son of Martin Pelleteir and Stefanie Sauvaterre, is the nephew of Serge Sauvaterre, and is the cousin of River and Alice Kenyon. However, his life at home was so restricted that he spent the majority of his life barely knowing who the Kenyon's were. His father refused to let Amby learn English growing up, only allowing him to speak French and sending him to a French all-boys schools that would distance him from any other culture. He used questionable methods of discipline to keep his family in line - methods that primarily consisted of what could be considered as psychological abuse, while physical abuse was sometimes prevalent. Amby hadn't perceived his father's ways as being abusive for many years, as he was lead to believe that both him and his mother were wrong, and that his father was doing the right thing. However, Marcel Kenyon had different ideas, and after recognising the signs of abuse in Amby, there were multiple conflicts between him and Martin, even though Amby insisted that everything was alright. Martin and Stefanie divorced finally divorced when he was sixteen, and even though his father still tried to hold control over them both, Amby began making up for lost time. He's done his best to learn English, and as a fast learner, he can c
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