Ever since he can remember, David was always the popular boy. His blond hair and green eyes made him an aspiration for the boys and a fantasy for the girls. Far from humble and an extrovert in his own right, he constantly had a band of carefully selected children surrounding him, dying to hear the latest developments of David-Land. David chose the people in his little group himself; people he knew would have too little self-esteem to do nothing else but put him on a pedestal and worship him as if he were an idol. The teachers didn't even know what to make of it: an 8 year old with a herd of school children following him around the playground, hanging on every word he spoke. Yes, this was how David lived his life, one of extravagance and luxury, in which he was the only person that mattered and no one ever disagreed with him. That is, until one chilly Autumn day, when a new kid showed up in David's class.
The child looked like the product of a science experiment gone wrong. In all likel