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Riassunto: When a dying mother abandons her seventeen year old daughter on an old plantation, the pieces of a psychotic puzzle materialize. From the old woman in the upstairs bedroom, to the family portrait on the wall, seventeen year old Timbre asks the burning question, who am I? There is a cry in the wind that taunts her into a neurotic game of cat and mouse. Her sanity is threatend as her mind struggles to break free from the cage of normalcy. The rundown plantation has become a sanctuary of the ones who once lived there. Timbre discovers a key that unlocks a foreboding door, where monsters still live in the closet. In an old wardrobe she finds a love note that says, " Meet me by the pond, I have something important to tell you." She realizes that death is a living thing, and that even old bones are precious to those that love them. The rains pour, and the floods wash away the present, which quickly becomes the past. Guilt and regret are like serial killers that relentlessly stalk the survivors of an ancient history. The fires burn, the ice cracks, and people are broken. This psychotic novel will chill you to the bone, cut you to the core, and challenge you to find youself along this breathtaking journey. Words can reach where hands cannot touch and fingers cannot feel, let this story take you there... and hopefully bring you back again.
About the Author: Nancy Jordan Picard is a hungry woman with a lot to say. Writing became her therapy at a very young age, because she could't afford a therapist. Xanax had not yet been marketed. She lives in the small village of Irvington, Il. She breeds needy persian cats who aren't ashamed to beg. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education with a minor in Psychology.
Condizione libro: Used
Descrizione libro CreateSpace Indie Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 320 pages. 10.00x7.00x0.80 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk1478142308