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Milk Carton People

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Caught Between the Quick and the Dead
Milk Carton People is a paranormal thriller about people who suddenly find themselves invisible, able to observe things but unable to participate. Do they go mad? Maybe they find others. It is quite possible that there is no point in being invisible. This is a book that plays on the very thin line of sanity and pure despair. The c
ebook, 137 pages
Published March 7th 2012 by Eternal Press (first published February 4th 2012)
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Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Sep 12, 2012 Tee loves Kyle Jacobson rated it it was amazing
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WOW Milk Carton People is one of those books that gets you thinking about things you would not ordinarily think about. People go missing everyday, where do they go and how did they get there. This book explores one case where a woman with a handicap falls asleep one minute and the next minute she wakes up in a totally different world. Where is she? How did she get there? Is she dreaming? How does she get back to where she belongs?

Ruth will have to depend on others to help her. Along her journey
Mar 11, 2012 Zada rated it really liked it
What really happens to all the missing people in this world? Milk Carton People explores the paranormal idea of what becomes of the missing. A unique menagerie of characters band together to deal with the most unexpected events of their lives.

The suspenseful story begins with Ruth dozing off on a park bench. Once awake, she finds herself the recipient of what she thinks is a cruel joke, exploiting her handicap. She slowly realizes that there is no joke. She is caught between the living and the d
Mar 24, 2012 Terri rated it liked it
This one was tough to rate...I couldn't quite get a good bead on the narrator, Ruth - her voice seemed to fluctuate between that of a frumpy old woman and that of a rather high-strung, impatient young woman and a lot of her inner dialogue seemed to be non-sequitors. I couldn't always follow why she was thinking what she was thinking. Despite this, I was totally fascinated from beginning to end. The story is moody, atmospheric, absorbing, and completely unique - the concept, the execution, the en ...more
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