Buried in Sunshine
by Matthew Fish
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 181
A troubled girl named Emma Corbeau begins seeing 'clones' of herself that exist only in the daytime and disappear into ash at nightfall. These different versions of herself lead her on a journey of self discovery and expose the terrible past that she has been hiding for so long. As time grows short, Emma sets out on a journey to piece together her troubled past and become whole once more.
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