This is the third and final book in the Sonny Chapman Trilogy. Almost twenty years on, long since married into the Llewellyn family, Sonny’s whole physiological landscape had changed. Mirabella Llewellyn; Sonny and Louis beautiful daughter, a deeply troubled soul, suffering from extreme mental health issues, having heard voices since childhood. Within her psychotic episodes she sees, feels and hears not only her own terrors but is also deeply traumatised by the visions she continually experiences of her mother’s past, as well as the overwhelming presence of a woman who kidnapped her as a child.During her time travelling, Mirabella had collected plenty of self-harm scars from long drawn out lonely nights. Her body was covered in endurance tattoos, which she’d usually had done when she was in high spirits as a kind of reward for her very survival. Her vibrant bohemian bracelets covered most of the scars on her wrists. She was indeed, a free and beautiful spirit. The journals that had been developed over a twenty two year period were ready for publication and a courageous new world awaited their content, as these three weighty tomes formed the basis of a bright and healthy future. Full of information about previously unheard of treatment systems, replacing all brutal chemotherapy treatments, breaking down cancer cells and ceasing their growth.A race ensues to save Mirabella from the ravages of her own mind as well as the clutches of her narcissistic boyfriend, Dominic; with whom she has tried to be everything he wants. A dark energy relentlessly attempting to manipulate her and take her away from her family and to keep her for himself, not reckoning on the power of the crystals that her mother holds effective information about.
Sue J. Daniels was born in North West London in 1964, to a mix of strong mix of East End and Staffordshire heritage. For twenty-five years she worked as a post trauma specialist and has written numerous books on the subject.
Since the age of six, Sue has harboured a deep love of writing fiction, the first book in her Trilogy of Novellas "The Salvaging of Sonny Chapman" won finalist status in both the Best Book Awards 2019 and the International Book Awards 2019. Both "The Restoration of Sonny Chapman" and "The Journals of Sonny Chapman" also won Finalist status in The Best Book Awards 2020. She writes bravely and with honesty in her heart.
Writing in both fiction and non-fiction genre, Sue has quietly created an array of beautifully illustrated self-help pocket/bag size books for those affected by many of life's difficulties. She has also written essential guidebooks for practitioners. All of which are available from Amazon, Stoneface website and all major high street bookshops.
Her trio of Therapy Workbooks has proved to be extremely successful and sell to individuals and organisations in the statutory, voluntary and corporate sectors on a regular basis.
Sue lives near to the coast in Lincolnshire and enjoys the peace and calm that it offers.