She Sees Metaphors

She Sees Metaphors

by Bryce David Salazar

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Overview

Jacqueline Schuler sees the world in metaphors. Like, literally. Walking piles of excrement, censored nymphomaniacs, streets of violent rivers, and theatre props covering the burnt walls of a home make up the background to a life she tries to keep as normal as she can. But with the truth, comes the whole truth, and Jacqui finds herself having to cope with the mortality of those she cares about, time and time again.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781532710254
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/08/2018
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Bryce David Salazar was born in 1986. He studied Communications at Siena Heights University, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree and a lot of student loan debt. A Michigan native, he can be found roaming about the capital city with Chinese takeout and coffee. He has a thing for cats and telling cute stories about his girlfriend that will make you sick.

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She Sees Metaphors 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Noriks More than 1 year ago
Imagine waking up and seeing the true selves of those around you presenting in transforming metaphors revealing their beauty and their sins. Jacqueline experiences this and can no longer avoid the truths about the people she loves and those she must let go - be it by choice or by death. Bryce David spins a tale that will keep you up late as you follow Jacqueline's journey.
sethlestath More than 1 year ago
She sees in Metaphors, I really got engrossed in this book because of the writer's fantastic way with words, it was very detailed until you had empathy with the main Character Jacqueline. The character is well developed and the story had great flow. Bryce Salazar writes very clean and effective, and this book seems to jump of the page! Overall, it is well written and might give you "some thoughts", no pun intended... well at least it did to me.