An entertaining, unique and compelling psychological thriller. A graduate student embarks on a quest to find the true cause of her mother's death and her father's supposed mental illness. This story goes further than similar bestsellers such as Orwell's 1984aquot;Ita#39;s funny that your parents should be the ones who taught you that, because it was your parents you wanted to talk about, wasna#39;t it? ... aquot;Why do you feel you need to shut it? ... I have no reason to feel like he and I have this great bond, some incredible experience in our pasts that somehow bonds us even though we dona#39;tanbsp;...
|Author||:||Stephen P. Naghdi, Muriel Wang|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2003-01-01|