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Jilly-Bean is a novel that will appeal to readers young and old alike.
Temperatures are rising and superstition reigns supreme!
Eighteen year old Jillian Crossland has her life planned out. Or so she thinks! Despite her better judgement, a séance one evening sets a blueprint for disaster when fate steps in and shakes up her plans and her life!
Jilly-Bean is a paranormal novel that explores contemporary life in the throes of global warming and on the edge of madness.
She was struck by the sight of a gaunt man lying on a sleeping-bag. he looked quite out of place in the business district -- a sharp contrast to the well dressed people walking by. His head was bent and his eyes were half closed, moving only now and then, oblivious to the passing crowds. He had tucked his arms behind his back as if he were cold and needed to lie on them to keep warm. He lay pressed down amid empty Macdonald's wrappers and had set out a dirty Styrofoam cup to collect loose change. A stench of cigarettes and unwashed clothes drifted towards her as she walked past him. He was one of the many homeless, and she could almost hear his moans in the midst of the noise of Union Station. How easy it is to just fall out of society -- to give up, she thought. Her heart sank; she turned back, dropped a ten-dollar bill in the Styrofoam cup and walked away quickly, not daring to look back