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The Girl in the Trees- Poetry Compilation

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Sylvia Drake is a rural girl in the Appalachian Mountains in 1857, but her dreams are big. She maintains those big dreams despite the hardships surrounding her. Dotia, her big sister, helps her recover from a broken heart and focus on her future. Sylvia soon finds Dotia is not the person she loved. Dotia has learned the art of manipulation and the power of the Dark Way.

After a horrific family tragedy, Sylvia realizes who her big sister really is, but it’s too late. Dotia has schemed with forces beyond her control and everyone surrounding her must pay the price for it.

Beyond the reaches of civilization, beyond the nearest town, and deep in one of the darkest hollows in the Appalachian Mountains grew a very strange flower. As this unique species grew and developed, she started to turn life into words. Surrounded by more trees than humans, the specimen spent years observing humanity. Years of solitude and isolation focused her voice into powerful works of life, love, obsession, the occasional paranormal event, and the horrors of abuse.

The Girl in the Trees is a vast compilation of some of the most obscure lyrics, prose, and verse by thriller author Laura Wright/L. Chambers Wright.

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Beyond the reaches of civilization, beyond the nearest town, and deep in one of the darkest hollows in the Appalachian Mountains grew a very strange flower. As this unique species grew and developed, she started to turn life into words. Surrounded by more trees than humans, the specimen spent years observing humanity. Years of solitude and isolation focused her voice into powerful works of life, love, obsession, the occasional paranormal event, and the horrors of abuse.

The Girl in the Trees is a vast compilation of some of the most obscure lyrics, prose, and verse by thriller author Laura Wright/L. Chambers Wright.

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