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I’m sorry to tell you the book you have picked up is extremely unpleasant. If you wanted something convivial, I’m afraid you’ve chosen the wrong book altogether, because of all the books describing unhappy endings, these stories may very well be the most miserable yet. The book you are holding in your hands tell the tales of events never heard or long forgotten
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Published November 23rd 2020
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Kaylyn Marie Dunn was born in Maryland, but spent most of her childhood moving around as a military brat. But even still she started writing her first novel at fourteen, and at the age of eighteen, A Twisted Fate, hit stores. Since publishing her debut novel, Kaylyn has continued writing, appeared in newspapers, and most importantly, graduated high school. While attending college, Kaylyn works par ...more

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