ForNevermore Season 1 - Sean Platt, David W Wright Reviews
Description:Print Length: 296 pages / Publisher: Collective Inkwell / Published: April 8, 2012
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Noella Snow just wants to be a normal teenager. But she has been plagued all her life by hallucinations and visions of another world, another existence, that have already caused her to have one psychotic break and stab one of her school friends with a knife that was seemingly only real in her mind! Strong medication largely keeps these hallucinations under control but when the coffee shop she works at is held up, she witnesses somebody she has only ever dreamed about enter in and behind the robber and reduce him to ash! Could her hallucinations actually be real or is it her? Does Noella harbor some kind of latent psychic power she can only harness through hallucinations . Read the complete review
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