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The author of the book: Kit Lyman
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Date of issue: March 30th 2014
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READERS' FAVORITE 2014 GOLD MEDAL WINNER FOR THRILLER FICTION
Satan's Garden explores the story of ten-year-old twin sisters and how their lives diverge after one is kidnapped. It chronicles their experiences in parallel over the course of six years, unfolding the independent challenges they face while struggling to survive worlds apart from each other. This book club pick inspires readers to see that love, friendship, and faith can survive in spite of the most terrible circumstances.
Dani and Keely imagined that life was more magical than others believed. If they had to be summed up, their one plus one would equal three. Together, they became something greater. It was twin sisters against the world.
But the world had different plans.
The man followed them to their secret tree house that unusually warm day in September. He only came for one, there and gone in the blink of an eye.
Satan’s Garden takes you on the six-year journey of two sisters who learn what it means to survive. It’s a story of resiliency, hope, and above all, a bond that cannot be taken away. It teaches us how quickly life can change and yet how much of it we can change ourselves.
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Read information about the authorI wasn't always a writer. In fact, I was a non-writer, a serial quitter of diaries. If you were to rummage through the "Kit's Pack Rat Box," you would most likely find over twenty different notebooks inside. Each would have approximately five pages of illegible chicken scratch, the remaining sheets left forgotten and blank. It wasn't because I didn't have anything to say, for I was a child rarely at a loss for words—tall tales and quips were my specialty. It had to do with three things:
1). I didn't yet know the purpose of "writing it all down;"
2). I thought my imagination was too wild to share; and
3). I realized I had a bit of living to do before finding the right story to tell.
My grandpa once told me that I could do whatever I set my mind to, with help from the right people. As always, he knew what he was talking about. I've been fortunate to have the right people by my side all my life, but not just in the traditional sense. Encouraging parents. Supportive sisters. Invigorating friends. They have been so much more than roles played and spots filled. They are creators, designers, innovators, and builders, helping to mold me—mold my stories. My very own sculptors.
I didn't grow up planning for a life as a writer. Instead, I dreamed of becoming a professional Matchbox car racer, narrator of Barbie soap operas, Build-A-Bear Workshop helper, Pokemon trader, Tech Deck announcer, sideways-pencil-dive judge, and an architect of Lego kingdoms. My third grade self often spoke of becoming a Hollywood starlet, and if the bright lights faded out, I would live out my days as a forensic scientist. It took dissecting a frog in eighth grade to realize C.S.I. was propaganda. It wasn't real life.
I haven't fully moved on from my nonsensical ideas but rather found a different place for them to live. Those pieces of me can exist in my stories, through my characters who make those parts real. Stories have become my atom, those basic units that make up my life.
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