Since September

Since September For Sheridan St John things just haven t been the same since September It s early autumn when wall flower Sheridan and her best friend Cyndi move to the city to begin their lives as young adults On

  • Title: Since September
  • Author: Noelle MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9781482796414
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • For Sheridan St John, things just haven t been the same since September.It s early autumn when wall flower Sheridan and her best friend, Cyndi, move to the city to begin their lives as young adults On their own for the first time and away from the harsh criticisms of Sheridan s mom the girls are enjoying their new independence But after a wild night of partying, SheFor Sheridan St John, things just haven t been the same since September.It s early autumn when wall flower Sheridan and her best friend, Cyndi, move to the city to begin their lives as young adults On their own for the first time and away from the harsh criticisms of Sheridan s mom the girls are enjoying their new independence But after a wild night of partying, Sheridan s grip on reality starts to weaken When a gruesome tragedy then strikes her family, she s convinced it s all an epic nightmare one from which she must somehow awaken if she is to survive.

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    1. Dark and disturbing, Since September is a short, sharp shock to the brain. Brilliantly written from the first person perspective, it takes a look in to the mind of a woman following the death of her mother. Voices and images come and go, the reader never quite sure what's real and what isn't. The story keeps you guessing until the very end. If you like Stephen King, you'll love Since September! Read during daylight hours. You have been warned!

    2. I was given this book by the author who happens to be a friend of mine. She asked for a truthful review so here I go.It was a well-written, short, novel that had aspects of creepiness to it. The lead character is questioning her sanity and when her over-bearing mother is murdered, the awful voice that taunts her increases it's visits. She ends up in a mental institution and you slowly realize that she is more involve din her mother's death and Sheridan isn't as sane as she appeared.A nice, quick [...]

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