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P.S. Winn

Mothers and Daughters, inseparable. By Berk Rourke on April 10, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase This is a paranormal story which starts with the death of a mother as she gives life to her daughter. Melinda dies and Lindy lives along with her father after an automobile accident . In the course or her growing into a teenager and getting ready to go off to college she and a friend play with a Ouija Board and create a rift in the veil between life and death, allowing an evil spirit to come into their lives. They can only rid themselves of this evil man by using the Ouija Board to bring good spirits that will take him back to the hell he came from. And so it goes. If you like the paranormal you will like this book. If you know or feel strongly that the veil between life and death exists in a way which allows spirits to visit us you will like this book a great deal. It is well written. It is a very loving and kind story of mother's love and the love a daughter for all her family. I give it five stars because it brought tears to my eyes on several occasions. I loved it. Thank you.

P.S. Winn

A family torn apart by a road accident learns that this life is not the end. Lindy is a happy-go-lucky kid raised by her widowed father after her mother dies in a car accident on the night of her birth. Through the years, Lindy has felt a close connection to her mother, as if the woman is close by. This link between worlds becomes crucial when an innocent party game unleashes an evil entity bent on destroying Lindy. Is a mother's love strong enough to reach beyond the veil separating life and death? This story surprised me. It began as a sweet, sad tale of a young mother taken too soon, and her child's efforts to maintain some kind of contact with her. I was unprepared for the dark turn the plot takes at about the 50% mark. Things get scary. Winn never gives the evil spirit stalking Lindy a name or a history, but she doesn't have to. He's the embodiment of every closet, under-the-bed, shadowy corner monster that's ever terrified us. I love that Winn puts her character into real danger, and it's never a given that Lindy will survive. The girl's terror brought tears to my eyes. I finished the book early in the morning and felt unsettled as I shut my bedroom light. Definitely glad I had my dogs in bed with me! Another nice aspect of COLLISIONS is the depiction of a close father-daughter relationship. Too often these days parents are made out to be villains or at least obstacles to a teen's happiness. Lindy has another healthy friendship on her side...Carly is a true pal, who doesn't hesitate to put herself into danger to fix a problem she helped cause. Finally, just when you think all will be normal, there's a little tease at the end that hint...maybe not.

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Some things should be left alone. Friends find this out when playing with an Ouija Board opens a split between worlds. For Lindy, worlds collide as the battle f good vs evil begins.

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