Tree/House: A Novella

Tree/House: A Novella

by Jessica Knauss
Tree/House: A Novella

Tree/House: A Novella

by Jessica Knauss



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A fast and fascinating read that will leave you wondering about the pink kitchen sponge!
Emma isn't sure what to do with her life. She isn't sure what her Shakespeare professor wants from her,
even after they get married. Even after he dies. Their country estate becomes a kind of prison. Then Geraldine appears. She kills the cat, aims for thestable boy, sleeps in the trees, and brags about sleeping with her boss. But she's the best thing that ever happened to Emma. With a help of a ghostly apparition, Emma understands that the only prison is in her mind. Does she have the courage and the strength to move on and create her own life, by her own rules? This edition also contains haunting black and white photographs of the Pennsylvania wilderness where most of the story takes place.
The perfect gift for the reader in your life.

Reviews from the print edition:

"This book reminded me that I once was a free spirit."

"I loved the characters."
"I could not put this book down!"

"A provocative page turner."

"The descriptive detail makes you feel that you are right there with Emma."

"An interesting look at human behavior."
"This author's talent for writing is rare."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012013279
Publisher: Açedrex Publishing
Publication date: 01/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Born and raised in Northern California, Jessica Knauss has become something of a wanderer. She has published fiction in Bewildering Stories, Do Not Look at the Sun, (Short) Fiction Collective, Full of Crow Quarterly Fiction, Sillymess, This Mutant Life, Metazen, and Short, Fast, and Deadly. Her poetry can be found at Haggard & Halloo, Apollo’s Lyre, Cave Scribbles, Apparatus Magazine, and The Shine Journal.
Get updates on her writing at her blog:
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