“So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up, unfolding quite wonderfully, if only you were interested in them.” ― Sylvia Plath

A thoughtful review of Disappearing in Plain Sight. Should get you in the mood for the sequel – The Light Never Lies. This post is another stop on the blog tour. Commenting makes you eligible for a free book.

Jade the Obscure

Beautifully captivating.

Disappearing in Plain Sight – Francis Guenette

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Francis Guenette lives with her husband on the West coast of British Columbia. She has an MA in counselling psychology and is on the way to completing a PhD in education psychology. Throughout the course of her life she has worked as an educator, trauma counsellor and researcher. Guenette now spends most of her time writing novels that draw on her own life experiences. The first book in her debut venture, The Crater Lake Series, is entitled Disappearing in Plain Sight and was released in 2013.

The book introduces the reader to sixteen-year-old Lisa-Marie, sent to spend the summer with her aunt Bethany in a remote town on the edge of the fictional Crater Lake. Her aunt resides in a simple A-frame within the confines of Camp Micah, a counsellor’s camp for young ways and strays. Like any sixteen-year-old, Lisa-Marie is instantly…

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4 comments on ““So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up, unfolding quite wonderfully, if only you were interested in them.” ― Sylvia Plath

  1. Gwen Stephens says:

    This was a great review!

  2. This is exactly how I felt about the book, Francis!

  3. You’e really making the rounds, Francis. Good for you! And, what a nice review. 🙂

  4. Thanks for the comments, ladies. I am enjoying the kudos associated with this tour 🙂

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