Some Quiet Place
I can’t weep. I can’t fear. I’ve grown talented at pretending.
Elizabeth Caldwell doesn’t feel emotions . . . she sees them. Longing, Shame, and Courage materialize around her classmates. Fury and Resentment appear in her dysfunctional home. They’ve all given up on Elizabeth because she doesn’t succumb to their touch. All, that is, save one—Fear. He’s intrigued by her, as desperate to understand the accident that changed Elizabeth’s life as she is herself.
Elizabeth and Fear both sense that the key to her past is hidden in the dream paintings she hides in the family barn. But a shadowy menace has begun to stalk her, and try as she might, Elizabeth can barely avoid the brutality of her life long enough to uncover the truth about herself. When it matters most, will she be able to rely on Fear to save her?
Praise for Some Quiet Place:
"An utterly original, compelling story—with maybe the most irresistible love interest of all." —Claudia Gray, New York Times bestselling author of the Evernight series
"[h]aunting, chilling and achingly romantic... Chills and goose bumps of the very best kind accompany this haunting, memorable achievement." —Kirkus Reviews
"[a] haunting and fresh psychological thriller." —Publishers Weekly
"Sutton provides a creative and refreshingly original approach to the supernatural genre with well-developed characters and rich description... This intense roller-coaster ride of palpable emotions and suspense will keep readers engrossed from start to finish." —School Library Journal
"Eerie, intriguing, unexpected, and just twisted enough!" —Eve Silver, author of RUSH
"A very dark, twisty, and fun read." —Amy Parker, author of GATED
"You NEED this book." —Stefanie Gaither, author of FALLS THE SHADOW
"Kelsey Sutton crafted one of the most unique paranormal stories I have ever read." —Tara Fuller, author of INBETWEEN
"This book was incredible... I was completely hooked every second." —Peggy Eddleman, author of SKY JUMPERS.
"With an incredibly interesting premise, Sutton creates a world for Elizabeth that, while fanciful, is very realistic... The idea of interacting with Emotions—with them feeling more than just the emotion they represent—will keep teens reading, as will discovering the mystery of Elizabeth's past." —VOYA