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About the StoryThe Void Horizon is a suspenseful, interactive short story set in 1930's Italy. You will follow and shape the story of a little boy called Damiano, who was rescued by the inhabitants of Poveglia Island, after a shipwreck, and taken to the psychiatric hospital located there to recover. However, he soon realizes that the doctor in charge of the hospital has no intention of letting him leave, and decides to escape from that place at all costs, even if it is a decision that puts his life in danger.
It's a text made to add to the story of the book "Os Filhos de Poveglia", by the brazilian author Mayara Albuquerque, but also made for those who haven't read it. This file contains the English version of the text.
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