Sticks and Stones

EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
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Sandra Daron knows what it’s like to die. Every time she touches someone, she experiences their last moments; burning, drowning, choking, dead. Her visions shatter any pretense of normal she might wish she had. She’s a freak, isolated and alone in her small town junior high school. All of that changes when a rough-around-the-edges father moves his two boys into the old house next door. The brothers won’t let her hide and soon love and passion arouse the life within her to fight off the death she sees every day. When girls in town start disappearing and Sandra becomes the next victim, she’ll learn just how far the brothers are willing to go to save someone they love.
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About the author

Angèle Gougeon is a Canadian writer and artist, with several short stories published in literary magazines and the creator of several more book covers. Though she's recently branched into the digital art world, she finds her roots in the traditional mediums of watercolors and acrylics. She writes stories of all genres, but has always been especially drawn to the fantastical and tales of the paranormal.

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EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
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Jul 3, 2016
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Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Horror
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