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Jason is a typical first-grader living in a typical family with a typical life. However, that eventually all changes when he meets Sierra, a girl his age. Little does Jason realize that a car ride home with Sierra and her mother will ultimately turn Jason's world upside down from a car accident on the way to Sierra's house. What was once a typical life turns into a living nightmare as horror follows life's movement through time as murder and betrayal will soon follow Sierra and Jason as the world in which they once knew no longer exists. How far will this nightmare take the pair, and will these events steal Sierra and Jason's souls for good?
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|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)|
About the Author
J.P. Raley, when asked where home is, enjoys telling the story of being from everywhere. J.P.'s dad was in the United States Army when it was time to enter the world, so moving every few years became the norm in life. Born in Alabama, living in Germany at different times, and calling Texas home-base when the family was on break from moving, J.P. Raley has seen quite a bit of Europe as well as a little over half of the United States. Garland, Texas, was always the original marker for what would eventually be called home-base, but Germany would seem like an essential part of J.P. Raley's life. Graduating from Giessen American High School, J.P. Raley would subsequently go on to obtain a bachelor's degree and an MBA in later years as time went on. However, it was the years spent at different schools in Garland, Texas, that would see J.P. Raley remembering classmates as being a reminder of the simple times of being a child. While J.P. Raley briefly attended South Garland High School as the school in which J.P.'s parents graduated from, it would ultimately be Giessen that would help define J.P.'s dream of becoming a writer from the time of being a Griffin. As J.P. Raley would say with the personal quote created in 1992: "Creativity is the spark of my life and words the life of my soul."