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Clare Knox discovers a castle where the old quarry should be, while walking in the woods near her home. When she realizes it's actually a realm with an infinite number of alternate versions of herself, she can't believe her luck. But things aren't all sunshine and rainbows. Strange rituals are happening at Clarity Castle. Will Clare rise to meet their expectations of her, or will she crumble under the weight of her own negativity?

©2021 Marie-HeleneLebeault (P)2022 Marie-Helene Lebeault

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different views of one person

Hello, Clare. For me this was like taking a trip through one's mind. Clare finds a castle that has many different versions of herself. She had to confront these different version of herself in the alternate world she walked into. As we are different, we are the same. Our minds hold keys to our innate differences. Marie-Hélène brough these differences to the forefront in this not so easy journey for Clare. She discovers much about herself and the world around her. It was fantasy, but it also was reality in the mind. Make one change in an action, an event, a choice and this could change who you are. Something to think about.

I almost felt as if the author was trying to say something without coming right out and saying it. I did enjoy the world and some of the vivid images, but I did not like feeling like I was been told that me as me was not or enough. Mental health issues was what I thought of through most of the story. This was almost the inside of a person with split personality must feel like. I would get lost and confused. I can only say from my daughters stand point (she listed with me) this was a bit much. She was feeling like something was wrong with having different sides of herself, but at the same time she talked more. So that right there was a plus.

Sophie Snow was a new voice to me and it was a pleasant one that fit the genre. She was strong and feminine. There were slight difference in the various carbons of Clare. I liked that. It was nice to know when it was clearly Clare and not one of her alter egos. I think this helped because of the narrative it was told from. Thank you, Marie-Hélène.

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