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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Coming of Age
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Bonnie
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:276
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667816548

Into the Darkness

by Bobbie Murphy View author's profile page

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Overview
"Into the Darkness" is a dramatic novel about a young girl named Bonnie who must grow up fast and fight to survive in a dark cold world. Life has certainly never been easy for Bonnie. She was born with serious health issues and as she struggles to survive, her parents explore the world of drugs to make extra money to help pay for her medicine. When Bonnie's father Terry becomes a drug dealer for a man named Smith and his right-hand man William, Bonnie's world gets turned upside down. Bonnie and her sister Jazz struggle with their new reality of abuse and betrayal. Her Father Terry becomes paranoid and develops a split-personality. He becomes verbally and physically abusive towards his family. The mother Lana lacks any moral obligation for the safety of her children. Everyone who Bonnie believes she should be able to trust, dies or deceives her. She feels lost in this world and struggles to find reasons to live as she struggles with PTSD and depression. Her ability to trust people becomes difficult for her as she finds herself feeling betrayed by people who should be protecting her."Into the Darkness" is a dramatic novel about a young girl named Bonnie who must grow up fast and fight to survive in a dark cold world. Life has certainly never been easy for Bonnie. She was born with serious health issues and as she struggles to survive, her parents explore the world of drugs to make extra money to help pay for her medicine. When Bonnie's father Terry becomes a drug dealer for a man named Smith and his right-hand man William, Bonnie's world gets turned upside down. Bonnie and her sister Jazz struggle with their new reality of abuse and betrayal. Her Father Terry becomes paranoid and develops a split-personality. He becomes verbally and physically abusive towards his family. The mother Lana lacks any moral obligation for the safety of her children.
Description
"Into the Darkness" is a dramatic novel about a young girl named Bonnie who must grow up fast and fight to survive in a dark cold world. Life has certainly never been easy for Bonnie. She was born with serious health issues and as she struggles to survive, her parents explore the world of drugs to make extra money to help pay for her medicine. When Bonnie's father Terry becomes a drug dealer for a man named Smith and his right-hand man William, Bonnie's world gets turned upside down. Bonnie and her sister Jazz struggle with their new reality of abuse and betrayal. Her Father Terry becomes paranoid and develops a split-personality. He becomes verbally and physically abusive towards his family. The mother Lana lacks any moral obligation for the safety of her children. Everyone who Bonnie believes she should be able to trust, dies or deceives her. She feels lost in this world and struggles to find reasons to live as she struggles with PTSD and depression. Her ability to trust people becomes difficult for her as she finds herself feeling betrayed by people who should be protecting her."Into the Darkness" is a dramatic novel about a young girl named Bonnie who must grow up fast and fight to survive in a dark cold world. Life has certainly never been easy for Bonnie. She was born with serious health issues and as she struggles to survive, her parents explore the world of drugs to make extra money to help pay for her medicine. When Bonnie's father Terry becomes a drug dealer for a man named Smith and his right-hand man William, Bonnie's world gets turned upside down. Bonnie and her sister Jazz struggle with their new reality of abuse and betrayal. Her Father Terry becomes paranoid and develops a split-personality. He becomes verbally and physically abusive towards his family. The mother Lana lacks any moral obligation for the safety of her children. Everyone who Bonnie believes she should be able to trust, dies or deceives her. She feels lost in this world and struggles to find reasons to live as she struggles with PTSD and depression. Her ability to trust people becomes difficult for her as she finds herself feeling betrayed by people who should be protecting her.
About the author
Bobbie Jean Murphy is a 41 year-old Missouri native who is married to Jackie Lee Murphy Sr. She has two children of her own Montana Cheney and Jackie Lee Murphy III, along with serval adult step-children and grandchildren. It has been her dream to be a writer but she never had the confidence until now. She is planning on writing three books to the series Bonnie. Her goal with the series Bonnie is to help others overcome and open up about abuse in hopes they will see they are not alone. Bobbie enjoys writing, photography, and going on cruise with her friends and family. She credits her husband Jack Murphy and her close friends Tina Jenkins and Marcia Henderson for helping her be brave enough to take the leap into writing. She also claims comedian Amiri King kept a smile on her face when writing about such dark things. She says at the end of the day it's all about helping others and over coming traumatic experiences and she prays that her book reaches and touches the hearts of many.
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