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Blogging to the Dead [NOOK Book]

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Seth Price is an eccentric fourteen-year old. For Seth, life becomes complicated when he loses his best friend, Penelope Rutherford, the only one who understood him. Consumed with grief, and the mystery surrounding her murderer, Seth blogs to her and waits for a sign from beyond. Eventually, the line between fantasy and reality blurs as Seth begins to hear and see Penelope.

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Blogging to the Dead

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Overview

Seth Price is an eccentric fourteen-year old. For Seth, life becomes complicated when he loses his best friend, Penelope Rutherford, the only one who understood him. Consumed with grief, and the mystery surrounding her murderer, Seth blogs to her and waits for a sign from beyond. Eventually, the line between fantasy and reality blurs as Seth begins to hear and see Penelope.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045232043
  • Publisher: Elizabeth Brown
  • Publication date: 8/20/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 237,853
  • File size: 155 KB

Meet the Author

I am a writer residing in CT and currently at work on a horror thriller (novel) and a dystopian novella. My works share a common thread--religion, spirituality, metaphysical, autism, abuse and women's issues. In addition to Smashwords my publications are on Amazon, B & N etc and two short stories "Fugue" and "Coveted" are forthcoming in BareBack Magazine and Empty Sink Publishing.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2013

    So-so

    First person, reads like a diary. But it is letters to a dead girl, named Penelope. Seth is the writter. There are very nasty, gory details about Penelope's body rotting in its grave. Seth becomes so obsesssed, he soon believes he sees and is talking to Penelope. The editing is okay. 100 pages. I gave it two stars, feeling generous, one for an unusual plot and one because it had a begining, body and conclusion. I do not recommend it, as I did not enjoy, nor find anything entertaining or thought provoking in this rather short book.

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