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  • Hidden Horror

    To ESCAPE is to slip away from threatened evil. Anna Quinn does an amazing telling of how Nora Brown uses this method to overcome an abusive childhood. A TRIGGER like in a gun initiates a reaction that in this novel causes suppressed memories to sift to the surface. Intense telling of a teacher who seeks therapy after a vision of a child appears. Story started a bit slow but eventually resulted in prose that caused tears and physical discomfort to finish. With so many psychological works available to read this one is made special by the authors talent in the telling. Would have liked an ending different than was written to leave Nora's future clearer. "A copy of this book was provided by Blackstone Publishing via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."

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  • very emotional read

    A very emotional read. It was hard to read about the things that had happened to Nora when she was a child. How she had to live with a molesting father and a mentally ill mother. Nobody helped her, not even the pastor she confided in and in the end Nora locked it all away and never thought about it again. When her daughter is six years old and it’s Valentin's Day Nora’s world falls apart and she might loose everything - Paul, her husband, her daughter and her sanity. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Blackstone Publishing!

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  • Enjoyed every bit

    This is a story I didn't want to end. Nora's struggles and her journey, I want to know where she is 5 or 10 years from the ending.

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  • Disappointing

    I found this book slow and disappointing. Also it would be triggering for anyone abused sexually.

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  • Thee Night Child

    Although I did not find this an easy story to read, it is an important one to tell. Childhood traumas can cause lifelong damage to psyche and soul. Thoughtfully written.

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