Thin Places is a winner in the 10th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards!
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Thin places. There are sacred moments when the distance between heaven and earth narrows, and anything is possible.
Skye arrives at college, determined to leave her past behind. But suddenly she sees the shadowy image of her mother on campus. Eight years ago, Skye’s mother abandoned her. What happened all those years ago? Is she even still alive? Reluctantly, Skye seeks help in the counseling clinic, but the psychologist, Alix, has suffered her own tragic loss and resolves not to let the desperate girl drag them both into the past.
THIN PLACES is a story of brokenness and healing. Each grappling with colliding issues of grief and abandonment, each yearning for long-lost connections.
From Writer’s Digest:
“THIN PLACES by Elie Axelroth is certainly a novel that is in my wheel house. I love novels that touch on emotional relationships and clearly the author did a wonderful job of creating Skye’s backstory throughout the novel and her relationship with her dead mother. This mystery kept my attention and the writing-style of Elie Axelroth is another reason I was invested in this novel. Beautifully written with a lyrical approach, I loved it.”
–Judge, 24th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards
Here’s what readers are saying about Thin Places
“Thin Places is a “…very compelling book.”
–George Cotkin, author of Dive Deeper: Journeys with Moby-Dick
“I hated to have the book end.”
–Andy Greensfelder, author of Drop Dead Art
“…a book you will think about, long after you have read it.”
“a delightful book that has a real story to ‘sink your teeth’ into and get totally involved in the lives of the main characters.”
“…engaging and sensitive and thought-provoking.”
“I was so engaged with the characters in the book. They were definitely people I could relate to, and that made the book so real for me.”
“The dilemmas and challenges of each character felt very real and touched me in a thoughtful and memorable way.”
Click here for a Reader’s Guide to Thin Places