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  • File Size: 219 KB
  • Print Length: 33 pages
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  • Publisher: Vicky Crew Fuller (September 17, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 17, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005NTW8QC
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Vicky Crew Fuller was born in a small town in Alabama. She was forced to live in a house haunted by angry beings who thrilled in the suffering of others. Vicky used her imagination to escape into a world that was free of this darkness. Went to college with a scholarship to follow her dream of acting. Became a puppeteer for 3 years on a Children's show on the local NBC channel. Got married, moved to Atlanta to pursue her love of acting. Had beautiful twin boys. But things did not work out. Divorce immanent. This brought out the older
feelings hidden from childhood. She ached alone in her room, wishing for death. The strangeness began. Someone was coming. Was this a dream?
This is a journey of seeking out the truth. No matter what happened, she must face this unknown.

Here I am.
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This is a true heartbreaking story of a young woman stuggle with depression and unknown visitation from
other beings. The drama pulls the reader into the nightmares.She is preoccupied with thoughts of death and suicide.
It is a quest for identity and self-knowledge.A must read!
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I normally don't give much credence to books of this nature as they tend to come across (to me) as the ramblings of nutcases. That being said, I must confess that I found this book to be different...deeply disturbing yet inspirational.

The book is a bit contradictory in that the publisher's disclosure states it is a "work of fiction", yet the author's description and preface say it is a "true account". Perhaps that is by design, huh?

Written in diary form, it tells the tale of a woman deeply affected by depression and other demons; a woman searching desperately for some rational answer to the torment she feels in her body, mind and soul. She has visions and dreams which disturb her greatly but when she tries to talk to her husband about her troubles, he placates her and pays little attention. She turns to mediums and psychics for help, and in the course of her quest she uncovers information which opens her eyes to her problems. Now this is where I usually opt out of any belief in the supposed reality of seers, psychics and mediums...no offense intended, I just don't buy into it. Well, it seems this woman is able to find perfect examples of everything which should be good in mediums, and through them is able to find an explanation...a reality which suits her needs, and is, therefore, healing.

I give this short 4 1/2 stars as there are some editing errors and omissions. The story is a little spooky, a little crazy, somewhat spiritual and overall...strangely satisfying.

Normal, paranormal, abnormal...You decide.
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This story had me in tears from the very beginning. As you turn the pages you are wrapped inside the authors personal fears and it touches your heart in a place that rarely gets moved. It's written in a diary format which I simply enjoy. It's almost like finding a personal diary and sneaking a peek into the life of another person. A definite must read for those who love paranormal.
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For a while I was uncertain whether to give this book 3 or 4 stars. I wish Amazon had the option of giving half stars! Eventually I settled on 4 stars because I think the author has fully captured the raw emotion that goes hand in hand with the subject matter.

I bought this book back in November and read it within a month of purchasing it. If I were to review it back then, I would have given it 3 stars because I was under the impression from the book blurb that this was a truly paranormal novel. However, I am glad I have not reviewed it until now, since the book description has been tidied up, and the subject matter is now clear.

Depression is such a horrible illness to have to suffer through and the author has captured this so cleverly. I was in pain along with her as I devoured the words. At times it is hard to read, both for the content matter and for the fact that the wording is scrambled. But I would never want the author to change it since she has done that hard task of capturing the moment so completely.

Great work Vicky!
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When I first started reading this I wondered what was going on. But as I read further I wondered about how many times people really do have things of this nature go on and how often they are over looked as a person who needs help simply because that person does not understand the situation. I think this was a great glimpse into the life of a person who kept detailed notes on what went on in their life when these events were happeneing. This is more or less like a dream interpretation when you think about many nights she was awake and these people were coming to visit her. Overall I would not recommend this to anyone who has never been through anything to know how to take such information without writing the diary off as the sayings of a crazy person.
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The description of this short story, as well as the opening few pages, brought to mind the wonderful film, Melancholia. In the film, a young woman battles depression and has visions of impending disaster. And yet, no one takes her seriously, and she questions her own sanity.

In this story, we are inside the mind of Vicky, as we read her diary. She desperately seeks help (from a psychiatrist, a spiritual healer, even a psychic hotline) for her depression and her haunting nightmares. Most of all, as Vicky writes, "I just want somebody to care about me."

As the story progresses, we are unsure whether Vicky is crazy or if there is truth to her visions. The conclusion brings clarity and the hope that Vicky will find some peace.
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I bought this book because It was listed under "true Experiences" section and being a believer (for my own reasons) I am always curious to know what other people have to say about their experiences of the paranormal.

So the book served its purpose for me, it helped me in my growth. Though, it is difficult to relate with the experiences (unless I have seen something very similar). But I guess it is a long process to keep learning and trying to relate with these experiences and people who had them.

Overall, I appreciate that the author did consider sharing her personal experience with the world. it takes courage. Thank you !
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