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It is important that you know that this is not truly a novel. This is an unfinished foundation, the messy beginning of what may, with time, become beautiful. The Voices [Unedited] is only the first draft of many to be created and torn apart, aged and transformed into a much more stable and complex, brilliant piece of art.
This is a timeline, an image, an uncomfortable reminder of sounds--those that have been, and those that were imagined. The surrounding text is but scenery--simple words and repetitions that scream out that this is not a piece of beauty at all. In this way, it may be a failed attempt at literature, but to have written the sentences of this story beautifully would have been foolish.
The Voices [Unedited] is a story of frailty, of innocence, of ignorance, of corruption, of darkness, of madness, a soft and simply worded piece that it certainly disturbing.


About the Author

Lindsay Gray
lindsaygray Arlington, Texas

Lindsay Gray McEwen became interested in writing at fourteen. Beginning with short poems and segmented prose, writing quickly developed from a hobby into a passion. Lindsay completed her first novel (Firefly, the Second) at the young age of sixteen, finishing her first draft of the Voices less than a year later. She has also written several short stories, including "the House," "to Know," and "the Sun and the Moon."

Publish Date  July 24, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  310 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Literature & Fiction

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