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Troubled Minds (Metamor City #5)

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Students are dying at St. Theresa's, a school and halfway house for wayward girls on the Street of Metamor City. Abbey Preston is visiting the school, seeking relief from the terrifying visions that have been plaguing her. Is something supernatural at work, or is it all in Abbey's head? A dark, sensual tale of the supernatural set in the world of Metamor City.
Kindle Edition, 75 pages
Published July 18th 2012 by Liminal Corvid Press
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Megan
Sep 19, 2015 Megan rated it it was amazing
I have loved everything from Metamor City but this is one of my favorites so far. It had some moments that were so creepy I had to turn the lights on. This podcast is just amazing!
Sara Testarossa
This story grabbed me and did not let go. Haunting and beautiful. Full review forthcoming after I listen again, because I love it enough to want to.
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Jun 17, 2014 Melissa Hayden rated it really liked it
Oooo, a new group in the Metamor City! Telepaths, and there are things that only they can fight. Nice. And neat to see their tricks and the way they work.

Some great advice given here, and could be something many should keep in mind always.

There are bad things lurking in the shadows and dreams here. We start to see that there are these things around, and what they do to people. This story is more on the sensual side and is well done.

****FULL REVIEW TO COME****
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Hi there! I'm Chris Lester, and I tell stories. I've been doing it for as long as I can remember; whether the audience was a playmate, a classroom, a parent, or a room full of strangers, I've always had a soft spot for a tale well told.

I grew up on stories of places that never were, of science fiction and fantasy, heroes and gods. I was captivated by ideas of transformation and transcendence, of p
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