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A carnival At the time nobody believed Tash and she has since come to accept that Sparrow wasn’t real Now fifteen and mute Mallory’s never spoken about the week she went missing As disturbing memories res. Book Reviewed by Cara on wwwwhisperingstoriescomNatasha Carmody is trying to live a normal teenage life but due to dark childhood secrets she is starting to confuse reality with imaginationWhen the Fisher family move back into town all those thoughts and fears she had tried to forget in the last ten years come flooding back along with Sparrow the imaginary friend she watched lure six year old Mallory Fisher away Determined to find out what really happened all those years ago Natasha befriends the family and tries to piece together a childhood nightmare that just won’t go awaySmall Spaces is a well written easy to read novel that has you guessing throughout The main character suffers psychological problems which brings on paranoia and so whilst reading you find yourself suspecting everyone and trusting no one I found myself caring for the main character and getting frustrated with people who were mistreating her I was very satisfied with the ending and felt no stone had been left unturnedI thoroughly enjoyed reading Small Spaces and found it difficult to put down I am looking forward to any future books the author may release

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Small SpacesUrface Tash starts to see Sparrow again And she realises Mallory is the key to unlocking the truth about a dark secret connecting them Does Sparrow exist after all Or is Tash dangerous to others than she thin. Trigger warnings child abuse drug use animal cruelty mental illnessA fantastic deliciously creepy read from an unreliable narrator who is being haunted by her childhood imaginary friend The mystery constantly kept me guessing and I loved the psychologist reports from the past being interchanged with the present as Tash learns to navigate the traumatic thoughts of her past As I was reading you were constantly thinking is she mentally ill Is she just seeing things Is her imaginary friend Sparrow actually real The writing just flowed leaving enough to keep us guessing about the plot and whether the disturbing circumstances she was facing was truth or fiction Full review on Happy Indulgence Books

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Small Spaces review è eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð We don’t pick and choose what to be afraid of Our fears pick usTash Carmody has been traumatised since childhood when she witnessed her gruesome imaginary friend Sparrow lure young Mallory Fisher away from a carnival At the time nobody believed Tash and she has since come to accept that SparrWe don’t pick and choose what to be afraid of Our fears pick usTash Carmody has been traumatised since childhood when she witnessed her gruesome imaginary friend Sparrow lure young Mallory Fisher away from. wwwonewomansbbrwordpresscomwwwfacebookcomonewomansbbr45 starsSmall Spaces by Sarah Epstein 2018Young AdultTash has been traumatised since age eight when she witnessed her gruesome imaginary friend Sparrow lure six year old Mallory away from a carnival Nobody believed Tash and now she accepts Sparrow wasn't real Mallory is now 15 mute and has never disclosed what happened during that week she was missing Tash begins not only having disturbing memories but also starts to see Sparrow againTash thinks Mallory is the key to unlocking the truth Does Sparrow really exist Or is Tash the dangerous oneOhmygosh this book is fabulous I am honestly amazed this is the author's debut The plot is intense and dark Sparrow is seriously creepy as all hell I feel like next time I have a nightmare that it'll feature Sparrow Tash was an interesting lead because what she was saying felt crazy but believable and yet it also felt like she was unreliable; I think there were a few different directions the author could have gone in which leaves the reader in suspense a lot wondering what exactly is going on in a good way I could definitely see this book as a movie in the future Definitely an excellent psychological thriller for both adults and mature young adults alike I didn't want to put it down