A woman haunted by tragedy, is unable to resist the alluring calls of her past. Plagued by her longing for answers, retribution, and her one true love, she returns to the island of Corona where her placeholder remains a mere plot in the cemetery. As her questions remain unsolved, she embarks on a journey to connect the dots, linking her to a new name, a different person, and a new life altogether. But now, a lost soul covets the enigma of the life she used to know, and she must pay the ultimate price for her insatiable thirst to seek the truth. Coerced by her unyielding pursuit, she asks herself if there is anything left to save.
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About the Author
Elle Bor is a novelist, short story author, and self -proclaimed poet. Her first published work, A Thousand Steps Home came out on February 2014. On March of the same year, she signed her electronic version of A Thousand Steps Home with California Times Publishing. Elle Bor has been writing since she was eight years old. In high school, she joined the ranks of other student journalists, retaining her position in the school publication year after year. She pursued a formal college education in English and Creative Writing back in the Philippines but was abruptly cut short by her move to the United States. She is currently a medical personnel but is still keen on making it in the writing arena. When she isn't in her literary realm, Elle is most likely on an excursion to discover new places, food-tripping, retail therapy, re-decorating her home, or just simply catching up on her favorite TV shows. You can visit A Thousand Steps Home's official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/#!/athousandstepshome
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A Thousand Steps Home based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Author Elle Bor has spun an intriguing tale that will definitely hit close to home for anyone who has had to overcome tragedy. From the very first page there’s a payoff; as the reader, this is when I became aware that there is a tug of war of sorts occurring, somewhere between love and revenge. What I liked best about this book is how the story unfolds, with Bor very purposefully releasing the details of exactly what would bring a woman to the brink of retribution. The discovery makes for a worthwhile read that is destined to make you a fan of her work. I highly recommend.