Michelle fights to free herself from the alien imprisoned in her body whose sentence is measured in blood.
After surviving a car accident that kills her brother and paralyzes her mother, Michelle has to deal with her stepfather's lust and hatred. Just as she thinks her life cannot get any worse, she discovers an alien living inside of her body as his own personal prison for committing murder on his planet. As if Michelle's paralyzed mother, angry stepfather, and the alien-murderer living inside of her isn't enough; she discovers the only way for him to be free of her body, is to experience pain and death through her dreams as her spirit drifts into a victim. Everything that happens to the victim happens to her body as well. The alien is a healer and can heal her wounds after her nightmares, but does his healing have limits?
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About the Author
She is a mother of three boys, a blood donor, and a CEO of a family business, Leslie Painting and Home Renovations, LLC.
As a teenager, Oksana devoured science fiction and dreamed of being a writer. Your Body Is My Prison is her first sci-fi horror novel. The name "Tavy from Cassiopeia" came to her when she was eleven years old, and she began writing the book in 2008. She has rewritten it many times in Russian and in English. Oksana's hobbies are gardening, yoga and Zumba, photography, reading, and blogging. Oksana rarely watches TV and never plays computer games. She also does not like cooking and cleaning, but is an expert in both, because everyone is a body prisoner in a way.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An excellent book - fascinating read. Even if you are not a fan of the sci-fi genre this book will grab your attention. Things advance quickly, stuff happens in every chapter. The writer knows how to get your attention. I am not sure how the author did it but she was able to combine two things which are impossible to combine at first glance – a routine of an ordinary life in the suburbs of Florida and an alien. The story sounds realistic and convincing. Maybe someone will make a movie out of it one day? You never know.