Memoir – Barefoot on Broken Glass

barefoot-on-broken-glassBarefoot on Broken Glass
By Monterey Sirak
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1681423296
ASIN: B01135NTWG
Pages: 192
Genre: Memoir
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.)

“Some moments are like dandelions; we see the beauty and possibility in the yellow flower springing up from the ground, but by the time we decide what to do with it, the dandelion has become white fluff carried away on the breeze. The moment, our chance, is gone. Other moments have a sneaky way of stretching into forever.”

Barefoot on Broken Glass is the story of a young girl named Monterey, afraid to blink. Each time her eyes close, they open into a new vignette of chaos, tragedy, and deaths of the young. Waking one morning to find her sister lying dead a few feet away sent Monterey running haphazardly through the years, trying to distance herself from fear and guilt while searching for a way to reclaim a faith that would sustain her, searching for a way to finally stop crying.

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