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Marionette Paige Alexander Is Seventeen And Has Her Whole Life In Front Of Her One Day Her Girlfriend Comes Home To Discover That Paige Has Slit Her Wrists Paige Isn T Insane, But She Acts Like She Is Why After The Incident, Paige Agrees To Go To Therapy To Appease Her Girlfriend, Jess However, Paige Doesn T Believe That Therapy Will Help Her She Believes She S Beyond Help Paige Doesn T Want To Find Herself And She Doesn T Want To Relive Her Painful Past In Order To Come To Terms With It What Paige Wants Is Control Over Her Life, Which She Hasn T Had Since Her Birth During Her Childhood, Paige Is Blamed For A Family Tragedy, When In Fact, Her Twin Sister, Abbie Was Responsible Abbie Doesn T Come Forward And Paige Becomes The Pariah Of The Family To Add To Paige S Woes, While Attending A College In A Small Town In Colorado, The Residents Are In The Midst Of Debating Whether Or Not Gays And Lesbians Should Have Equal Rights Tension Is High And There S A Threat Of Violence She Isn T Out Of The Closet And Pretends To Be Straight At School Since She Fears What Will Happen If Her Parents Find Out She S A Lesbian Will She End Up Dead Like Her Best Friend, Alex

[Download] ➻ Marionette  ➼ T.B. Markinson – Hakkas.us
  • Paperback
  • 326 pages
  • Marionette
  • T.B. Markinson
  • English
  • 05 February 2017
  • 1517764963

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➻ Marionette ➼ T.B. Markinson – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    4.5 rounded to 5 I downloaded this book after reading a series by the author I then proceeded to avoid reading it for a few months because I thought it d be all dark and depressing and I hate that The main character has been through a shit ton that s a literary term don t you know D of heart ache and stri...


  2. says:

    Marionette is a book about a very difficult subject and it is told with the utmost sensitivity and understanding T B Markinson does an amazing job of drawing the reader into Paige Alexander s world of self loathing, suicide and lesbian love Paige is a teenage girl about to commence college life as a fresher but who is also under going counselling On the face of things she appears to hate or belittle her own family and the new students with whom she must share her accommodation Although the a Marionette is a book about a very difficult subject and it is told with the utmost sensitivity and understanding T B Markinson does an amazing job of drawing the reader into Paige Alexander s world of self loathing, suicide and lesbian love Paige is a teenage girl about to commence college life as a fresher but who is also under going counselling On the face of things she appears to hate or belittle her own family and the new students with whom she must share her accommodation Although the above list of ingredients for this novel would normally make this reader shy away from it, plus the fact it is taking place in an American co...


  3. says:

    Reading always gave me comfort It was a way to get away from me, so says our main character, Paige Alexander, someone I have a feeling I d enjoy knowing in real life.I can t remember the last time I read a novel that set such a distinct mood and got under my skin, leaving me thinking long after I finished it This is something that takes a while to readbecause it s so good you don t want to rush it and there s so much to take in family issues, suicide, college life and even some mystery.A Reading always gave me comfort It was a way to get away from me, so says ...


  4. says:

    Seventeen year old Paige is found by her girlfriend, with wrists slit, in a failed suicide attempt She wants to control her life, not rehash it through therapy a key source of pain being blamed for a family tragedy as a child, when it was her twin sister Abbie, who kept quiet and let her take the blame Her small town in Colorado are debating the rights of gays and lesbians, and still being in the closet she wonders what will happen if her secret is found out will she end up dead like h Seventeen year old Paige is found by her girlfriend, with wrists slit, in a failed suicide attempt She wants to control her life, not rehash it through therapy a key source of pain being blamed for a family tragedy as a child, when it was her twin sister Abbie, who kept quiet and let her take the blame Her small town in Colorado are debating the rights of gays and lesbians, and still being in the closet she wonders what will happen if her secret is found out will she end up dead like her best friend, Alex T.B Markinson doesn t shy away from difficult subject matter suicide, family history, college, sexuality and does so in a way that doesn t sound preachy, it just is what it is More so, she gives them proper attention in doing them justice, and giving them the appropriate gravitas.Even Paige s relationship doesn t fall foul to that typical clich of f...


  5. says:

    Once I finished the 1st page, I knew this was going to be a good book Paige reminds me of so many people I know so this book really hit home several times This is a great finding yourself coming of age story I really love how realistic the book was The author covered so many different sore subjects from self loathe, suicide and lesbianism and did it so tastefully I didn t want to put this book down I can t wait to readfrom this author I received a copy of this book in exchange for a Once I finished the 1st page, I knew this was going to be a good book Paige reminds me of so many people I know so this book really hit home several times This is a great finding yourself...


  6. says:

    I recently got my hands on a copy of MARIONETTE.I was a bit hesitant about reading a book from someone I know ye Gods what if I hate it Especially when you are dealing with subject matter such as this book does attempted suicide, homosexuality, hiding who you are and dysfunctional family bonds.Suicide has touched my life and in every case every single one those left behind are broken and shattered and struggle to find their way past the moment that the person who took their life passed the bu I recently got my hands on a copy of MARIONETTE.I was a bit hesitant about reading a book from someone I know ye Gods what if I hate it Especially when you are dealing with subject matter such as this book does attempted suicide, homosexuality, hiding who you are and dysfunctional family bonds.Suicide has touched my life and in every case every single one those left behind are broken and shattered and struggle to find their way past the moment that the person who took their life passed the burden on to them.I grew up trying to be the perfect daughter, wife, mother never trusting that the real me was good enough I hid behind a veneer of what I perceived was acceptable.As for dysfunctional family bonds I am writing a book on those From experience.Thus ...


  7. says:

    The second novel by T.B Markinson starts out with a plan The plan is not one that is easy to read but I was drawn into this novel from the very first sentence With that first sentence the stage is set for the rest of this excellently written and often suspenseful novel as the reader is transported into the world of the main character, Paige, a young woman withsecrets than she is admitting to.The plan involves a failed suicide attempt and while those details were so difficult to read I The second novel by T.B Markinson starts out with a plan The plan is not one that is easy to read but I was drawn into this novel from the very first sentence With that first sentence the stage is set for the rest of this excellently written and often suspenseful novel as the reader is transported into the world of the main character, Paige, a young woman withsecrets than she is admitting to.The plan involves a failed suicide attempt and while those details were so difficult to read I can only imagine the emotions and feelings that swirl around in the mind of someone like Paige who not only has current life issues to deal with but also carries with her secrets and baggage from her past T.B Markinson skillfully weaves a tale of real and raw emotions that the reader feels a part of while at the same time addressing socia...


  8. says:

    Curiosity pretty much sums up the emotion you feel as you read Marionette The book is a true page turner Paige Alexander is seventeen and although she has her whole life in front of her, she doesn t want to live it Her older girlfriend, Jess, comes home to find that Paige has slit her wrists.When Paige leaves for college she promises Jess that she will go to therapy, which she instantly regrets doing Paige doesn t believe there is help for her, nor does she want to relieve her painful past. Curiosity pretty much sums up the emotion you feel as you read Marionette The book is a true page turner Paige Alexander is seventeen and although she has her whole life in front of her, she doesn t want to live it Her older girlfriend, Jess, comes home to find that Paige has slit her wrists.When Paige leaves for college she promises Jess that she will go to therapy, which she instantl...


  9. says:

    Markinson s in your face writing style really brings this story to life You can t help but become wholly immersed in the storyline As a reader you have a front seat to the action as you are completely in the main character s head becoming part of the story yourself The author melds reality with fiction so seamlessly that you can t help but be awed She also brings a great deal of harsh tough topics to the forefront, building her story around them and showing what can and will be That s Markinson s in your face writing style really brings this story to life You can t help but become wholly immersed in the storyline As a reader you have a front seat to the action as you are completely in the main character s head becoming part of the story yourself The author melds reality with fiction so seamlessly that you can t help but be awed She also brings a great deal of harsh tough topics to the for...


  10. says:

    I actually don t like reading It s funny though, as an author, reading should be part of writing But that s not the case here in Marionette At the very first page, I know it s about suicide, which one of the topics that always interest me as I m also writing about psychological drama Once I started reading I honestly couldn t stop as I was sucked in by how realistic everything was From beginning to end I felt like I was right there with the main character, feeling what she felt, seeing what I actually don t like reading It s funny though, as an author, reading should be part of writing But that s not the case here in Marionette At the very first page, I know it s about suicide, which one of the topics that always interest me as I m also writing about psychological drama O...

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