From My Window

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From My Window

From My Window When a boy moves in next door Ellie can t help but notice But it s when he notices her that Ellie s emotions run away with her She hasn t been noticed in forever Because she died over a hundred years

  • Title: From My Window
  • Author: Karen Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When a boy moves in next door, Ellie can t help but notice But it s when he notices her that Ellie s emotions run away with her She hasn t been noticed in forever Because she died over a hundred years ago Short Story

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    One thought on “From My Window

    1. Sandy on said:

      A short story but it had you hooked immediately as you saw Ellie looking out the window at Mason's house. The spiritual world that Ellie lives in and how she longs to be a part of something else. For years she has sat and waited, what exactly is she waiting for? And then again, if she ever finds it, is that what she really wants?

    2. Caro on said:

      2.5 stars.I would've liked it more if it were a full novel. There was a lot that could've been done with it.I still don't get something (view spoiler)[ How did his sister write to him? Was she dead as well? Was she writing to her dead brother every week? Were the letters even real? LOL, I think too much. :P (hide spoiler)]Still, not bad, I just wanted more.

    3. Sky on said:

      A sweet paranormal short. You will be making guesses all through out the book trying to figure out why this boy is the only one who can see her, this girl, a ghost. All I can say is, "fate". There really is someone for everyone. ;)

    4. Paula on said:

      Lovely short story with some nice twists that keeps you guessing until the last page. Beautiful.

    5. Robin Franks on said:

      Good readVery good read and nice twist. It is a great story and the situation is very involving. I would recommend this book to any age group.

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