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Publisher's Summary

In Harrow's eerie tale of madness and heartache, Patience, diagnosed with a "nervous disposition," is forced to take up residence in the rural, dilapidated Gravely House, in hopes that she will "calm down and get better" before her senior year begins. But when she discovers a girl living inside her bedroom mirror, the past comes back to haunt, in more ways than one.

©2016 Alix E. Harrow (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Panda
  • 2019-07-25

Interesting Short Story

Don't spend a credit, but it was entertaining enough for the two dollars and some change. It wasn't what I expected but it was alright.

It's a brief, somewhat jumbled story of a mentally ill young girl who struggles with rage, same-sex attraction, and mother issues.

The narration was very lively, though there recording equipment wasn't high quality.

Oh, and there's a good cat character.

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  • J. Atchinson
  • 2021-06-14

loved it

This is a great short story, well written and narrated. Twist ending was a total surprise.

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  • K. Smith
  • 2021-04-28

Terrible reader, decent story

I found the reader’s performance to be really annoying and overly emotive. It was really distracting.