Early reviews have compared Tottleben to Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Is there any better compliment than that? I think not!
As part of our writing/critique group I had the pleasure of reading this long before JournalStone Publishing picked it up...trust me, it's FANTASTIC! I can't say enough good things about it or the wonderful author that I now call a friend!
I loved it sooo much I'm giving away an e-copy to one lucky winner, enter below!
The Eye Unseen by Cynthia Tottleben
Lucy Tew’s life is a labyrinth of darkness.
She has no food, no water, and a mother who can’t wait to test her axe on Lucy’s neck. Locked in her room for weeks on end, with only her dog Tippy for companionship, Lucy faces hours stacked like corpses as days dwindle to little more than watching corn wither in the fields and animals stir within it.
But they aren’t the only ones aware of Lucy’s predicament.
Inside the house, the very walls come alive as Lucy flounders with sanity. A stranger appears to lead Lucy through her darkest days, but is he the savior she craves? He revels in the turmoil that shadows him. His old relationship with her mother will soon rekindle. And his name is so obscene, no one dares utter it.
Except for the one that calls him Father.
Cynthia has been writing almost as long as she could talk. As a child, Cynthia illustrated and authored a series of books based on Homer the Grasshopper. Since then her work has grown much darker and her characters incredibly disturbed. She loves exploring the lives of women straddling that fine line between sanity and the bleak world on the other side. Sometimes she finds that world very tempting herself.
Cynthia currently resides in small town USA with her six cats, a beautiful black lab, and the humans that make up her family.
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