If you wonder what living in a life filled with trauma and battling generational curses is like, you must read!
A riveting mix of psychology, the supernatural, and culture that leave you breathless.
What happens when the spirit of teenage rebellion rises and she begins to reflect on her emotional past? Will she succeed or drown deeper into the black abyss of generational curses when trying to heal from her traumatic past?
K.S Jorge writes these accounts with raw emotions, depression, and chilling scenes that make your skin crawl. All narrated with the most delicate – but at the same time – sharp and lucid intimacy that only a rebellious teen can possess!
Be warned; you may start looking back over your shoulder while walking down lonely hallways – just one of the powerful effects of this gripping poetry.
She writes in poetic form, so you feel every nuance of emotion, living and breathing each moment, and the rhythm of the words keep you reading. An all-consuming dark feeling of death and a sense of the supernatural compel your fingers to keep turning the pages until… well, we won’t spoil anything…
What makes Jorge’s storytelling even more spell-binding is that the poetry is rooted in fascinating Mexican folklore and true-life events.
So dear reader, if you are looking for a breathtaking novel that will immerse you in a parallel universe flooded with perception, emotion, and cultural observation, this extraordinary book is just for you!
Grab your copy now and enter the captivating world of the Haunted Houses for yourself!
About the Author
Kristiana Jorge teaches preschoolers by day and pens free-verse poetry by night(and during most of her lunch breaks). As a mental health advocate who has ADHD and dyslexia, she is on a mission to help women who struggle with mental illness themselves through the power of poetic storytelling. An aficionada of the macabre and Edgar Allan Poe’s haunting writing style, it’s no surprise that her debut book is titled “Haunted Houses”. In a year’s time, she will release book number two: “Constant Conclusions”.
When she isn’t pouring her soul out onto paper, you can find this ambitious poetess binge-watching scary movies, riding around DuPage in her Vespa, or capturing whimsical moments through a camera lens.