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Imagining Things by Aaron Victor Vaughn

Imagining Things

by Aaron Victor Vaughn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983178348, Paperback)

"This is a skillfully written triple twister and a cliff hanger. As the many subplots unravel, the readers are held hostage by the gifted writer, who presents a finely detailed gallery of characters in this poignant personal drama." - Dr. Rosie Milligan, Founder of Black Writers On Tour

"Imagining Things" is a novel about the rewards for following your intuition -- and the punishments for ignoring it ...

Evil is not always obvious, but for the sake of Whisper's younger brother, Christian, Whisper wishes it was. Christian is in denial about a bad premonition both he and his sister had just before the arrival of their friend's brother, Marcus, in Philadelphia. Marcus is adept at hiding his very sinister nature, and a malevolent talent, but only Whisper sees and believes it. Whisper and Marcus square off, competing for influence over Christian. As her best friend's brother becomes hell-bent on having her younger brother, Whisper must expose Marcus, or make Christian come to his senses, because Christian's denial of their premonition could be fatal -- for someone.
What you won't know can hurt you.

(This paperback edition includes Bonus Material: an Alternate Ending and Reading Group Discussion Questions.)

You can visit Aaron at AaronVictorVaughn.com, on FaceBook, on Twitter @WriterRome and on his blog for artists and other creative people, MuseNoBlues.blogspot.com.  If you enjoyed reading his novel, "Imagining Things", please write a review and then visit Aaron online. He'd love to hear from you!

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