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Book Title: Tin Lily|
The author of the book: Joann Swanson
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 547 KB
Edition: Cranky Owl Books
Date of issue: July 14th 2014
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Read full description of the books Tin Lily:Librarian's Note: this is an alternate cover edition - ISBN 10: 0990345300
Just because you survive doesn’t mean you’re alive.
One moment fifteen-year-old Lily Berkenshire is sitting in her bedroom, favorite song blaring through her earbuds, history book open on her lap. The next, her alcoholic father is shooting and killing her mother. Then he’s pointing the gun at Lily and pulling the trigger. Click. He’s out of bullets.
When she moves to Seattle to live with her aunt, Lily retreats into peaceful, dissociative trances to escape the shattered nightmare that is her life. Soon, though, she discovers a beautiful boy who wants to take her out, a therapist who wants to help her heal and new friends who believe she can find wholeness again.
But her father wants something else entirely. He is hunting her and unless Lily confronts and heals the devastation inside her, she’ll forfeit her life to a father determined to end it.
From the first shot to the final, terrifying showdown, Tin Lily is an edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller.
Read information about the authorHi! I'm Joann Swanson and here are some semi-interesting tidbits about me:
I was born and raised in Ogden, Utah, where I attended old Catholic schools with spooky boiler rooms and even spookier nuns. These things have understandably influenced my dark novels.
I work full-time as an instructional designer. Instructional what? Instructional Designer. I swear it's a real career. I also teach two undergraduate classes online for a university.
Sometimes I wish I could fly, but not always because I'm afraid of heights. Or of falling. Perhaps falling more than heights.
Besides writing, teaching, and designing, I'm an avid reader of just about every genre (plenty of YA, a smidge of Sci-Fi, buckets of horror, a dash of literary, even some graphic novels). Hubby and I splurge and do a big vacation once a year—so far, Victoria and Vancouver BC, Vegas, the Oregon coast, and Maui. Someday we hope to go to Sunnydale, CA. Why? Because Hellmouth.
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