Carrying the Garland

Carrying the Garland

by Tyler Rebik

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Overview

Elizabeth Holden hasn't been home in a long time, having run away from an abusive family and settled in a new place. Despite having no family around her, she is happy in her current life, or as happy as she can get. One night, she receives a call from her mother who informs her that her father is dead. Hoping to gain something from his death, she travels back to her home in North Carolina and expects to just enjoy the funeral and collect her prize in possessions. However, upon arrival, she is met with instant relief that fills her heart as she is taken back into her home, her mother and brother ecstatic to see her...

And then there's Lori, Lorelei Holden, Elizabeth's twin sister. Lori isn't happy that Elizabeth is home. She hates Elizabeth with her own reasons and does all she can to ruin her return. However, Elizabeth...with the help of an old beau and a prized ornament that the sisters made their last Christmas, hopes to turn Lori's attitude up and make peace with her sister before she returns to her home.

Love, tragedy, trauma, and forgiveness are all explored in this novel, written by author Tyler Rebik. Read Carrying the Garland, but be sure to have a box of tissue beside for the sadder moments.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781496116512
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/28/2014
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

Tyler Rebik is an author and poet. He has published 6 novels, a collection of poetry, and is working on more. He divides his time between writing and Facebooking. An ordained Rabbi, Tyler Rebik is the Rabbi of Congregation Har Beth Shalom in Oklahoma. He enjoys delivering sermons, writing out speeches, and studying the Torah by candlelight.

Rabbi Rebik lives and works in Oklahoma.

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