Cells

Jim, a troubled seventeen year old, finds that he is imprisoned with his absent father.
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Book Description:

CELLS tells the story of an unofficial, covert prison designed to remove repeat offenders who have upset the balance of society.

Jim, a troubled seventeen year old, finds that he is imprisoned with his absent father.

Jim is torn between his desire to expose his violent abductors and the desperate need for a new beginning.

Cells is a book which description didn't make justice to its content. The story's told in this book by the perspective of different characters, are brilliantly brought together through a clever, engaging storyline. James has found himself locked he is not supposed to be by accident, but as we get to know more about him from his fist person narration, we begin to wonder if all of this wasn't meant to be from the start. The way all the characters are talked about in third person, allows us to get an objective view into their lives where we can understand them all, the reason why they are here and why they do what they do, making them likable in a way. Even those we are not suppose to like. Very well thought and very good first book. I recommend it highly!

-- KJ

Julia Cowan (Author)

Julia Cowan lives in Bedfordshire with her husband, two children and two cats. She works as a Teaching Assistant in a small school and loves supporting the children and sharing her love of writing. When she is not at her laptop, she enjoys learning to play the piano, going to the theatre and reading (often drawn towards books with a dark edge). Cells is her debut novel and she is putting the finishing touches to her second book.

Jim, a troubled seventeen year old, finds that he is imprisoned with his absent father.

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