Oliver Dahl : Lies: [Salem Witch Trials YA Historical Fiction] SAMPLE

Lies: [Salem Witch Trials YA Historical Fiction] SAMPLE

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Fiction

Children & Teens, History

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Print Length

114 pages (full book length)

ISBN

9781494791889

Publisher

Oliver Dahl

Publication Date

March 11, 2014

Language

English

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This book is a sample. It contains the first two chapters of Oliver Dahl's third novel, "Lies."

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Salem Massachusetts, 1692: Tituba curses two young girls, but Ann Putnam Jr. isn't one of them. In order to help save her friends, Ann develops a plan to accuse the remaining supposed witches of Salem. As the death count rises, each lie buries her deeper and deeper under a curse of her own doing. This tragic experience of guilt, abuse, power, and love gives a first-person view into the spine-chilling months where neighbor turned on neighbor at the word of a little girl.

Editorial Reviews

Learn more at www.oliverdahl.com/lies.

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*****

A bewitching and captivating remake of The Salem Witch Trials illustrating the horror of what power, fear and accusations can cause in society. Highly recommended.”

- M. Weidenbenner, Amazon Bestselling Author of Cache a Predator and Scattered Links

*****

"Though Lies is a quick read, you'll be left feeling satisfied at the end. I would recommend Lies to any fan of historical fiction. The protagonist is younger, but the story ascends her age. You cannot go wrong with reading Lies."

- Kristen Noel, Pretty Little Pages

*****

"I adored this book. . . While short, Lies is a poignant and chilling story that I think everyone should read!"

- Zara Hoffman, author of The Belgrave Daughter.

*****

"Full of lessons that can be learned today, Lies takes you back to the Salem Witch Trials in a fresh but bewitching way."

- Bethany Cripe, writer and blogger at thehanoverchronicles

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