Thea never understood why her sister left. Her childhood was happy and she lives her adult life surrounded by people she loves, but she never stopped wondering.
When the two sisters meet again, a struggle to mend the bond they once shared, and reconcile their differing memories of their childhood, begins.
Length - 60 Pages
Star Rating - 3
Orryn is a runaway, returning home to her sister after their parents have passed away. The two have grown within their separate lives over the years, creating the premise for the story. The relationship between the two sisters is strained, and we feel this within the short time-frame of the novella itself.
As a novella, the story moves quickly and can easily be enjoyed in a single sitting. Novellas often lack the relationship building needed to create tension, however Lindhagen manages to build up the story between the two sisters enough to make the story memorable.
I can see this story adapted into a novel length book which would bring the readers in further and give the characters the ability to grow in this unusual setting.
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