Ms Cellophane

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Momentum, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 271 pages
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"Life was standing still, waiting for Liz to fall into its trap."



Elizabeth Smith, recently made redundant, thinks that her life is deadly dull. She feels like cellophane – like people look right through her, like she's not even there. A simple redecoration job involving a mirror turns her life upside down.



Through ominous horror and an unexpected romance Liz learns to become a whole person – someone who takes up space in the world, and demands to be herself.



Part gentle love story, part bizarre horror tale, but never, ever boring, Ms Cellophane is a revealing look at one woman's nightmare transforming her reality in unexpectedly amusing ways.

 

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Ms Cellophane
A ripping yarn from start to finish....you will not be able to put it down !

Contents

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Part Four Find A Way

Part Two Mirror Watching
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Part Three Entirely Confused
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Acknowledgements
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About the author (2012)

Gillian is a writer and historian, currently living in Canberra, Australia. She intends to count the books in her library soon, when they stop falling on her and otherwise intimidating her.

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