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iLive: Stories From the Prison Called Life

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  1 review
A realistic tale filled with divergent emotions and twisted set of events. Three humans on the run forced to live in constant fear and utter despair. Captives in between walls, isolated from the rest of the world because of a bunch of criminal minds.
Is it true that there is nowhere to hide and family can kill you? Is there anyone they could trust? Should they give up hope
Kindle Edition, 144 pages
Published July 29th 2017
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Cornelius Anderson
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really didnt know what to expect. It was such a great read! A fascinating tale. I couldnt wait for the next chapter, and the next and again. A phycological thriller indeed.
The characters are solid and likeable. The story flows. There are no inconsistencies. Maybe a few grammar errors. But its easy to ignore and forgive them because the story is truly fascinating.
What I like most at this author is the fact she doesnt use foul language.
The title is spot on! Love it.
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Cristina G. was born and raised during a very oppressive communist regime.
Being the eleventh child (and a seventh daughter) of a farmer, Cristina thought her life path was sealed until she read Les Misérables by Victor Hugo and dreamed of being a writer.
Cristina writes because she has a lot to say.
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