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Mean: A Psychological Thriller Novelette

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  • Sales Rank:455,321
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:60
  • Publication Date:June 20, 2012
  • ASIN:B008DCVATM


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***REVISED EDITION - JULY 23, 2012***
  • Book Of The Month for September 2012 on E-thriller
  • Indie Book of the Day Award Winner for 6th of November, 2012
  • 4.5 stars from The Kindle Book Review

Cassandra Connelly looks like a normal twenty-four-year-old girl. She seems sweet and shy. She works hard in two jobs and still finds time to do volunteer work. Nonetheless, there's something wrong within her. She has a lot of anger boiling inside, and a very problematic past, making her a dark, twisted woman.

She hides her true self from the world, but there's someone Cassandra hates so much, she has been thinking of doing something unspeakable: killing this person.

To her, killing this person is absolutely necessary, for he or she should not be alive. However, since she is still not sure about doing it or not, she seeks help. She goes to a psychiatrist in order to make a decision: should she continue hiding her meanness and being a normal girl, or should she let the meanness win and kill this person she believes deserves to die?

In this contemporary piece of fiction, we'll find out how badly child abuse and a dysfunctional family can transform a life for worse, much worse.


Mean is a novelette (longer than a short-story but shorter than a novella).

ADVICE: CONTAINS VIOLENT SCENES AND HARSH LANGUAGE


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