Nico di Angelo was born on October 31st, 1932 to Maria di Angelo. He and his sister, Bianca, lived in Venice, Italy until near the beginning of World War II, when they moved to the United States. His mother died sometime around when he was six, leaving he and his sister as orphans, having never known their father. They were put into an orphanage, where they lived until Bianca was eighteen, moving out to nearby New York city.
So boring, thought Nico, his dark curls dripping into his olive tinted face, as he listened to his math teacher drone on and on about how this year would be wonderful, and full of fascinating math. Nico wore a a olive green bombers jacket, with a plain grey tee on underneath. His dark jeans were coupled with a ratty pair of sneakers.
“Lies,” he muttered under his breath.
How could math be fascinating? Simply preposterous. His senior year would be boring and monotonous just like every other year leading up to it. At least he wouldn't have to endure any m