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Lora finds herself questioning what's real after her best friend's death. Kate awakens in a dark parking lot, unsure of who she is and how she got there. Jillian awakens in a pool of her own blood but without a scratch on her. A novel that explores themes of mental illness, memory, time, reality, and the darker aspects of our psyches. Written in five cohesive but non-linear parts. More

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Words: 143,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301037797
About Lora Lee Allen

I prefer logic and reason over appeals to emotion, but I can get pretty emotional. I don't often know or understand the right thing to say or do in a situation, but I almost always wish I did.

Most times she's an INTJ but sometimes she's an INTP. Sometimes she walks around oozing masculinity and sometimes she enjoys a bit of femininity and sometimes it's both and sometimes it's none. Sometimes she loves talking to strangers and other times she's scared to leave her house.

Sometimes she's all things to all people and other times she just can't be what you want her to be.

I studied Philosophy and Psychology at West Virginia University. She's been a missionary, long haul truck driver, photographer, telemarketer (I'm sorry), and cook. The only constant has been writing.

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Review by: Jason Whipkey on Feb. 24, 2013 :
This book takes you on a fantastic journey through the struggles of mental illness, relationships, and the human (or not so human) psyche. You'll enjoy the twists and turns as the characters' go through their day to day and extraordinary lives. The format of 5 distinct, yet connected, stories adds to Confabulations' impact. If you know anyone that has struggled with mental illness, this book will likely give you a greater appreciation of the struggles they found themselves going through. Even if you do not, you'll enjoy the different perspective this book provides.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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