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It started on a Monday at lunchtime. The Girl Who Changed Everything opened the fridge and contemplated the brie and onion marmalade that she usually ate for lunch. The brie looked too runny, like it had been lying around waiting for her for too long and had become a little soft in the head. The onion marmalade had lost its lustre.