When a bad dream comes true, how seriously would you take the next one?
Thirty-nine-year-old Ruby Anderson is convinced she is facing death when unsettling, recurring dreams and blurred visions start to haunt her sleep. But why are these dreams always on a Wednesday?
As Ruby searches for the truth and clues, questioning the choices she is making before she reaches the big four zero, Ruby soon comes to the realistion that who you can love the most is also who can hurt you the most, but exactly to what extent? Ruby embarks on a journey so gripping, so moving, you will be hooked.
A riveting tale of love, shock, and horror tells a story of a mother and her four daughters all exploring the compelling emotions of life, love, and family.
With the book's clever twists and crafty turns, this female lead of characters will influence you in feeling connected to each personality type.
Born on a Wednesday, surely it is an old wives' tale that Ruby is full of woe? Or is she not the only one?
"BOTH SPINE-CHILLING AND HEART-WRENCHING" "PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM AT ITS FINEST"
ISBN : 978-1-80074-576-6
Pages : 328
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Rebecca McKenzie was born in London in 1980. She was keen on English and Drama and studied psychology and works as a cognitive behavioural therapist. The first idea for her book, The Tears of Wednesday, came from the superstitions and meanings that are based around the days people are born. She wanted to amalgamate and capture improvisation written in a way that empathises the mental states of a character's inner person, exploring the spiritual, mental and emotional lives of each character throughout. Rebecca comes from a family background of great sportsmen and is passionate about boxing and literacy.