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Sarah's Diary
     

Sarah's Diary

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by Tshombe Amen
 

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Sarah's Diary was discovered in a home amongst the gruesome carnage of three badly decomposed bodies. She was nowhere to be found. Many years have passed since those horrible murders took place and now her story has been released to the public for review. The accounts of the diary have not been confirmed to be fiction or truth. Some question if Sarah Brown is real.

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Sarah's Diary was discovered in a home amongst the gruesome carnage of three badly decomposed bodies. She was nowhere to be found. Many years have passed since those horrible murders took place and now her story has been released to the public for review. The accounts of the diary have not been confirmed to be fiction or truth. Some question if Sarah Brown is real. Some question the accounts detailed in the diary. All wonder what happened to her.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983200123
Publisher:
T.S. Amen Publishing
Publication date:
06/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
124
File size:
316 KB
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Sarah's Diary 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
fmich575 More than 1 year ago
all i have to say is wow!! very different...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a spell-binding book filled with intrigue woven masterfully into a beautifully written story of a young girl¿s quest to find her missing parents. Each entry in her diary keeps you wondering what¿s in the next one. Once you begin reading this book, you will find it difficult to stop.
cbaker71 More than 1 year ago
This was a difficult read....so contradictory at times and so downright wierd and confusing that I dont know how I finished it....but I did and I'm glad I did. The author feels young and green. The editing needed so much work. That being said, I think the concept and idea was pretty great! It kept you wondering and even keeps you thinking about it after you have finished. There is some raw talent here. With some serious editing polishing this little book could have been great. The plot was quite interesting. Good luck on your next attempt anonymous author...if you publish under the same anon name, I wouldnt mind reading what you come up with. I am actually hoping you will continue with Sarahs story....
cinchase More than 1 year ago
The book is unlike anything that I have ever read before. It strangely kept me wanting to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had a hard time putting it down. The ending was a disapointment compared to the rest of the book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow this book is amazing I really enjoyed reading it. It's a womderful book.
clw52 More than 1 year ago
This book was disturbing but riveting. The story once started by the reader must be finished.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite Looking for a chilling account that is steeped in suspense and mystery? Sarah’s Diary by Tshombe Amen will fit the bill. After moving from Phoenix to southern California with her family, Sarah goes through some difficult transitions, just as every fourteen-year-old would. When she made friends with Ericka, she began to feel like she was fitting in and could finally put Arizona and her old friends behind her. When Ericka mysteriously disappeared and the truth about Ericka’s family began to be brought to light, Sarah became paranoid. When her own parents ended up going missing and were assumed dead, she knew that whoever had killed Ericka and her parents had killed hers too. As she and her brother, Jason, are taken in by her aunt and uncle, things begin to seem normal and she starts to make new friends, but even Jason is acting weird and she’s afraid of him. With Jason away at a drug rehab facility, Sarah is finally beginning to have a normal life. She meets some new friends, is discovered by a wealthy teen named Owen, and begins to settle into a wonderful life. Will it all last? Is it all real? The reader is drawn along in Sarah’s Diary in such a natural way that it seems as if every word written has to be true, but was it? Tshombe does an excellent job of bringing out the perception of events from the perspective of only one person and has the reader believing it all the way through. After being emotionally tied to the author of the diary, the mystery and suspense deepen with each event that takes place. The author alternates between stirring up suspense and dropping the reader back into a more relaxed and realistic state, making each twist and turn seem normal. Top notch work! You’ll love it from beginning to end and will come away wondering if it was really true.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started reading Sarah's Diary and couldn't put it down until I was done. I was still curious after I read and started searching for Sarah online too! Is this story real or fiction? I'm still not sure. Which makes me think they achieved their goal. Pure mystery and suspense through the eyes of a teenage girl. If they make a sequel I really want to read it! I want to know what happened to Sarah!
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I liked this more than i thought i would.. definately something to ponder over. -DINK
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never read any story like this and i have been reading fot 50 years. When you finish it you think, hmm i missed something. I have read it twice with an hour break in between and picked up things in the second reading i missed in the first. I intend to read it again. I thought it was an amazing story. This writer has a great future ahead of him.
srobins More than 1 year ago
interesting, still wondering
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Not the greatest book....
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GrapeNuts More than 1 year ago
I find this book to be, quiet...interesting. I recommend this for the stronger readers, meaning those who can easily watch horror movies at midnight with the lights off and won't pee their pants when the killer calls the phone. Though the weaker readers, such as myself, can read it too; just with the lights on at like 2 pm. I say this because even describing it gave me the chills last night when I looked around my house(in the dark spots mostly plus the windows). But All in All, it's a good book :)
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All I have to say is this was a weird book! Short and weird!
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