Sister

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Is Abby the only one who can see there's something wrong with her new stepsister?

Claire, just six-years-old, is pretty and bright. To the rest of the world, she's a little angel.

This is a tale of horror for twelve to fifteen-year-olds. More

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Words: 9,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301464081
About Jen Cole

Jen Cole is an Aussie primary school teacher who in recent years has begun writing fiction for both children and adults.

Her first novel, Play or Die - a thriller in which a girl finds herself forced into a bizarre game, can be purchased at Amazon.com (Click the 'Where to buy in print' link below.)

Two of her children’s stories, 'Killer App' and 'Swarm', written under the pseudonym, S. Carey, appear in Penguin Australia's 2013 Eerie Series. They are available in bookstores as a paperbacks and through the Apple ibooks store and Amazon.com as ebooks.

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Reviews

Review by: George J Cole on Oct. 16, 2012 :
Possible bias warning: I am the writer's father. That said, I found 'Sister' creepy scary. Readers will keep returning to the girl's face on the cover as the horror develops, and most will carry the memory of the story around with them for a long time. If horror is your thing, look no further.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Danny Gibbins on Oct. 08, 2012 :
Sent shivers up my spine! I love this author, her imagination and her ability to make you feel like everything is happening to you. I can't wait to read her next one! Her novel 'Play or Die' is one of my favorite books.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Peter Smith on Oct. 07, 2012 :
I have read several short stories by this author and one full novel.
They all have the same irresistable pace and emotional involvement, that compels you to read to the finish.
It's a story that starts sort of innocently, but gets more haunting as you get further into it
You end up just wanting to reach out and throttle this spooky sister (- before she gets you!)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Peter Smith on Oct. 07, 2012 :
I have read several short stories by this author and one full novel.
They all have the same irresistable pace and emotional involvement, that compels you to read to the finish.
It's a story that starts sort of innocently, but gets more haunting as you get further into it
You end up just wanting to reach out and throttle this spooky sister (- before she gets you!)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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