• The Girl with Atypical Eyes

  • A Short Horror Story
  • By: Dona Fox
  • Narrated by: Barbara Nevins Taylor
  • Length: 34 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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The Girl with Atypical Eyes

By: Dona Fox
Narrated by: Barbara Nevins Taylor
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Publisher's summary

Life played its horrible games with the girl. As she grew up she devised clever places to hide - inside and outside of her mind. She was tricked by her own illusions; she was caught in traps of her own creation. It began with a kidnapping, a locked room, and the broken doll that was more than a plaything…and always, in the shadows, the dangerous painting from her past waited, threatening to expose her.

©2018 Dona Fox (P)2018 Dona Fox

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Intelligent and dripping with emotions

This is a well thought out tale, dripping with emotions. I like the way the author leaves you somewhat baffled in the beginning, you see pieces of the puzzle, never the whole story. Then, when all gels together you are struck by the intensity of it all. I went back through it a second time, now fascinated by the clues that were laid out. To me, that's a mark of a good story, something intelligent that makes you want to revisit it again and again.

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