Thin places. There are sacred moments when the distance between heaven and earth narrows, and anything is possible.
Skye arrives at college, determined to leave her past behind. But suddenly she sees the shadowy image of her mother on campus. Eight years ago, Skye’s mother abandoned her. What happened all those years ago? Is she even still alive? Reluctantly, Skye seeks help in the counseling clinic, but the psychologist, Alix, has suffered her own tragic loss and resolves not to let the desperate girl drag them both into the past.
Lyrical and passionate, THIN PLACES is a story of brokenness and healing. Each grappling with colliding issues of grief and abandonment, each yearning for long-lost connections.
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About the Author
Elie Axelroth has a doctorate in clinical psychology and worked for many years in a university counseling center. She has published short fiction in Packingtown Review and blogs about creativity at www.elieaxelroth.com. THIN PLACES is her first novel. When not writing, Elie enjoys hiking, pretending she plays golf, reading, traveling, and tinkering in the garden. She lives in San Luis Obispo, California. Elie loves to hear from readers, and is available to speak with book groups. Please visit her website at www.elieaxelroth.com or find her on Twitter @elieaxelroth.