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Epiphany Strange owns and runs The Strange Sanctuary and Petting Zoo. This is the story of Epiphany and her family, which is her four younger brothers and sisters, all of whom call nineteen year old Epiphany "Mom," when chopped up parts of the children's father, who supposedly deserted them, are found in trashbags in the landfill. Epiphany says that her father wasn't ...more
Paperback, 2nd, 176 pages
Published August 30th 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published August 11th 2014)
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Nick Rossi
Oct 16, 2015 Nick Rossi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Right off the bat I must say that Epiphany Strange is one of the best character names I've ever come across. Don't you agree? It's at once provocative but hopeful. I really dig it.

Kind enough to provide me with a paperback copy of "Epiphany" (which is now highlighted and underlined a plenty!), Keith Vlasak's novel is nothing short of riveting. Our titular main character here is a brave 19-year-old girl. Making the decision to remove her younger brothers and sisters from an abusive household with
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Keith Vlasak
Aug 11, 2015 Keith Vlasak rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This is the current "about the book" at Amazon. I change it now and then ...

Epiphany Strange is a 19 year old girl who has taken her younger brothers and sisters away from her mother, a drunk, after her father (who was sexually abusing Epiphany from the time she was 11 or 12 to the point of her having one miscarriage and one abortion) moved on to the next daughter in line where he was killed by one of his sons while he was raping the boy's sister. Epiphany, protecting her brothers and sisters, c
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"Keith Vlasak's prose flows as a river. The surface is smooth, placid; the current, strong. When you step in, immerse yourself, glide with the water, you can certainly feel the pull but you don't know where it's taking you. Then, suddenly, you round a bend, the river opens up, a new light bathes the water and the riverbank, and you realize you're in a radically different place." - George ...more
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