Garrison James had it all. One terrific home life and a loving family. Together, he and his wife Lila built a successful ranch and construction company. His world changed the day he lost his wife to cancer. He turned to the bottle and became a monster. Sara, his daughter, tried everything to please him.
After years of abuse, Sara's aunt visits. She recognizes the abuse and removes Sara. The frail girl begins the delicate journey of finding herself, while struggling to leave her father and the monster behind.
Despite the emotional and mental scars she carried, Sara manages to start a new life. She is finally happy.
A phone call changes everything.
Will Sara continue her new life? Can she face the monster, or will she find closure?
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About the Author
While obtaining her Masters degree at Southern New Hampshire University online author Stein built a solid foundation with her colleagues who encouraged her to continue on her writing. That's when Closure was born.
With the help of her editor Closure grew from a short story to a full novella that Author Stein is excited to share.
Closure is her debut book as a solo writer. To quote author Stein, " This is the first of many to come."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story captivated me from the beginning to the end. The characters in the story are so well defined that I can sympathize with Sara and yes, even Garrison. I admire Sara because she is able to succeed in her own career in spite of all her obstacles that she acquired growing up. The writer details each scenario of Sara's mind and thoughts as she reflects & struggles with her past as a child. As a reader one can sense the fear in Sara when being confronted in anyway with "the monster" which by the way is a great term to describe him. The issue of illness and death are very well defined in this book and as a reader I emphasize with these characters.
This is one emotional read and journey. Follow Sara James story. This is one book story you want to read.
Closure By: Sylvia Stein I started reading this book and could not put it down. I loved it. Characters are all well written. Wasn't sure I liked the character Garrison but as the story went I got to love the guy. Sylvia did a great job showing all sides to abuse. I liked how the story of each character is shown, not just the one being abused. This is a journey of what this family went through. From things being great for Garrison James and his family to the day the word cancer came into the family. The death of the mother and the depending on alcohol to get him through a day. Sara is the one who will pay for this. How can Sara grow up with all the mental scars she carries of the abuse from the monster (her father)? Will Sara find closure? Wonderful must read book.. 5 stars