This is a story of a young girl and how she coped with the trials and terror of her illness, including frightful events leading her into her past, discovering shocking truths of her family history. The novel is based on her experiences of epilepsy and the trauma and unfounded fears that the illness has, over the years, spawned. Linzy Harris was born in 1981 in Frome, Somerset, UK, and currently lives there with her husband and three boys. As with many other new writers her book has been a labour of love. She has spent the last two years crafting her novel, whilst working hard to bring up her charges.
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