Penelope J Bristol

The Truth Turned Upside Down

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Lucy had an older sister that was nothing like her.

When she emptied them, Anne's eyes could look at you and tell you lies, mostly because they didn't see you anymore.

She found herself watching her sister's eyes and waiting for the screaming to start.

Lucy’s mom seemed to like one of her girls much better than the other, and that girl was not Lucy. She did not remember the day or age when she first realized this fact, but over the years, it became clear that Anne was the better daughter. And Lucy, loving Anne too much to take offense, readily agreed.

The Morgan family, riddled with lies, dysfunction and abuse, ticks along maintaining an outward appearance of normality, until one day, Lucy overhears a shocking conversation between her mom and sister.

This new information forces Lucy to look at something traumatic she experienced in childhood with definite clarity. Parts of her sister's life have been completely hidden from her, and worse than that, her best friend, Finn, is involved. As Lucy struggles to decide what to do next, she realizes, no one she loves will come away from this unscathed-including her.
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