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Milk Carton People by Sally Franklin Christie
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Mar 19, 2012

really liked it
Read from March 12 to 18, 2012

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 dead. She is invisible.

Scared and confused, Ruth seeks out other “invisibles” to try and get answers about her new condition. Just as in real life, she learns that there are some who will help her and others who are not to be trusted.

Charles seems a disturbed invisible. He gives Ruth and her new band of misfit friends reason to fear their new situation. But is he there to harm them or help them?

Milk Carton People is a paranormal thriller that will keep you guessing until the end.

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