The Aberrant

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Audrey’s grandmother Olivia always told her stories about her sister, Grace since she was a child. She was often fascinated especially with her grandmother’s claim that her sister once died and rose again, to heal the sick. After six years, Olivia heard that her younger sister really died but she was unable to attend the funeral because she just gave birth to her only daughter, Audrey’s mother. To Audrey, the stories seemed unreal. Grace appeared to be just one of the characters from her bedroom storybooks whom she held dear until she grew up.

When Audrey agreed to join Averil’s vacation in his hometown together with their friends, she just hoped to escape the pains of a love that was never meant to be. She never expected to meet her grandmother Grace. Did she rise again from the dead without her sister knowing it?

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“When Audrey agreed to join Averil’s vacation in his hometown together with their friends, she just hoped to escape the pains of a love that was never meant to be. She never expected to meet her grandmother Grace. Did she rise again from the dead without her sister knowing it?

Audrey’s grandmother Olivia had always told her stories about her sister, Grace, who she claimed once died and rose again, to heal the sick. After six years, Olivia heard that her younger sister really died but she was unable to attend the funeral because she just gave birth to her only daughter, Audrey’s mother. To Audrey, the stories seemed unreal. Grace appeared to be just one of the characters from her bedroom storybooks whom she held dear until she grew up.

Singlot did a great work putting this together and I must say it deserves 5.0 stars out of 5. I can’t wait to lay my hands on The Aberrant (2). Excellent and interesting!” by Becky Dale

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