Inside Rain

Front Cover
Kisa Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 280 pages
2 Reviews
2010 BEST BOOKS AWARD WINNERRain grapples with memories of a horrific past that leaves her far from unscathed. After witnessing her mother s gruesome murder as a child, she is now left piecing together the fragments of her shattered psyche as an adult. Quickly, she is drowning in years of frustration and confusion with no promise of relief. Sinister visions and undying spirits haunt Rain relentlessly, driving her deeper into darkness and lunacy. Rain s grandmother, GiGi, tries her best to help Rain face the truth, urging her to confront her past, but the past is too painful it s easier to hide. As Rain struggles desperately to define herself, she's forced to brave her live-in siblings: a violent and narcissistic brother, Danny, who resents her weakness and Carmen, her promiscuous and hostile older sister, who wishes Rain would disappear. In her fragile mental state, Rain is ill-equipped to handle the chaos of their ruptured lives. When Rain, Carmen, and Danny are submerged into the horrors of prostitution, drug-addiction, domestic violence, and murder, Rain is left alone to face her internal demons and find her identity, with no one to answer to, but herself.

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - TheUniqueReviewer - LibraryThing

There are some things that a child's tender eyes should not see. Things that can alter who they are, how they view the world, and dreadful events that can change them forever. After witnessing the ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - askum - LibraryThing

I found this book a little tough to get into at first but after a couple chapters it sure kept me interested and it makes me wanna know more about Rain. Read full review

Bibliographic information