Motherhood

Motherhood Waking one day to find herself trapped in an impossible nightmare exceedingly average anti heroine Jess Richards struggles to stay sane in a hellish new chapter of her life Motherhood Just when it se

  • Title: Motherhood
  • Author: LindseyWilliams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Waking one day to find herself trapped in an impossible nightmare, exceedingly average anti heroine Jess Richards struggles to stay sane in a hellish new chapter of her life Motherhood Just when it seems like things can t get any worse, a perilous proposition blows up in her face, changing the course of her whole life and sending her deeper into a series of tragic and mWaking one day to find herself trapped in an impossible nightmare, exceedingly average anti heroine Jess Richards struggles to stay sane in a hellish new chapter of her life Motherhood Just when it seems like things can t get any worse, a perilous proposition blows up in her face, changing the course of her whole life and sending her deeper into a series of tragic and macabre events Ultimately, will Motherhood be her salvation or her destruction Genre fiction with a literary filter, Motherhood explores the boundaries of both andhas been received with substantial praise by fans and critics alike.WARNING This book depicts fictitious events that may be triggering for some readers The contents are entirely unsuitable for those under the age of 18.

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    1. I have not read short stories since High School and never a novella. Motherhood by Lindsey Williams is one. I took some time to research the standards applied to novellas to insure I could critique and review it fairly. I did no such research on the author. She is a powerful and compelling writer. More in a moment.Given their size limitation, novellas do not permit extended character development, in-depth scene description, or much in the way of internal introspection. Nonetheless, the form does [...]

    2. Scared of motherhood? You should.I had to grow into the story because it was quite different than most what I had read in the past. The book turns out to be an interesting mix of horror and science fiction. We are not talking blood and gore horror here but the even scarier horror. The horror in your mind, the not knowing what is going to happen next horror, the being confined and forgotten kind of horror. The book has twists you don't expect which keep it interesting to the end, especially the s [...]

    3. OMG. A sci-fi, horror, alien abduction story? Seriously?Seriously.I didnt want to reveal the idea that it is an Ailen abduction story, because I didnt want to prejudice readers, or give anything away. However, the tags are prominently displayed on smashwords, horror, sci-fi, ailens, abduction, motherhood – the whole premise in 5 words.But really? A horror, sci-fi- alien abduction story? Havent we seen this before, in a million shows, books, and short stories? No. Dont say that – because you [...]

    4. Jess turns over in her cozy bed at home. She falls out and is jolted awake inside of an empty stainless steel room. It has no discernable openings and the near-blinding light stays on all the time. She is held there, in isolation, huddling in a corner, for the better part of a year. Livestock handlers and zookeepers know that animals kept in captivity need mental stimulation in order to remain healthy. Yet, the aliens who’ve stolen Jess don’t care about that. Her sole function is to breed.Wi [...]

    5. This a spectacular example of writing perfection. The less you know going into the story the more enjoyable and horrific the experience will be. I highly recommend.

    6. I read this book a year ago, but for some reason didn't update it on . I really liked Motherhood. I posted a review on my blog :)amandadroverhartwick.wordpres

    7. This is a thrill ride, the story of a woman violated, but fighting back, and is as chock-full of dread as Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus. Don't miss this one!

    8. I fell in love with "Motherhood" right away because of Jess, the main character. She's the feisty, determined, foul-mouthed heroine I've always dreamed of reading about. I stayed in love with "Motherhood" because it is creepy and compelling; it is the most emotionally engaging book I've read in a long time. If that's the kind of read you're looking for, you need to get this book.

    9. I read Motherhood over the weekend and to be honest, I was a little skeptical after the first few pages because the story line seemed rather strange (I'm not a huge sci-fi fan). Although, in no time, I was hooked on to it. I was flipping pages and reading through without even realizing. Jess' story is incredibly captivating and I did feel that I would've done the exact same things that she did if I were in such a situation. Without spoiling anything major I can easily say that Lindsey Williams' [...]

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