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By: I. A. F Stewart

The Quiet Place

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Sara is navigating the wilderness of life trying to find the quiet place; a place where she can be at peace with herself and her past. But what begins with trying to understand herself, her place in this world and her family’s history, results in the unearthing of more mysteries, more secrets and more unexplainable circumstances.

Are the visions, visitations and strange happenings real or just inside her mind? The Other Place – a strange, hidden world within our own – is calling to her, trying to lure her in. But if she visits the Other Place, will she find answers or more questions?

The lure of the Other Place and Sara’s desire to understand what is happening to her is too great, however, and Sara is in danger of getting lost in there forever, somewhere between this world and the other.

The Quiet Place explores the parallels between fantasy and reality, dark and light, life and death. It is a story of courage, survival, facing our darkest demons and, most importantly, the resilience of the human spirit.

I. A. F Stewart lives in Leeds, Yorkshire, with her husband and their large collection of movie memorabilia. She studied art and design at Wakefield College, specialising in fashion photography and illustration, but writing has always been her true passion. She has been creating stories since she learned to write. The Quiet Place is her first book.

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  • The Whiteleys

    The Quiet Place is a beautifully written tale of a young girl trying to find her place in the world. The characters are very relatable and fit perfectly with the underlying, ethereal storyline. Sometimes lighthearted, other times dark and sinister, this book is very easy to read and sucks you into its crossover realms of fantasy and reality. Highly recommended, enjoyable read!

  • Rachel Auty

    It’s rare to find a book that truly captivates you, makes you feel every emotion deeply - sadness, anger, joy, fear and pain. The Quiet Place made me feel everything. It’s a beautifully written story that approaches hard life experiences and mental health issues in a wonderfully unique way. It feels like a comfort blanket, gently easing you through tough subjects and making you realise your experiences are what make you, you. The perfect balance of realism and fantasy, it’s a must-read that you won’t regret delving into.

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