The Masquerade of Lillian Booth Kincaid
Lillian often finds herself asking the question: Why me? I was Lillian booth kincaid. I was the daughter of Ramon Luzon-Kincaid and Stella booth. Two people who never really could love each other. But got together long enough to make me. My masquerade dance is over. I had to take it off my mask to revile my sadness, my grief, my shame, my pain, my lost hope, and dreams. I had to watch as my last bit of happiness got sucked down the drain. This story takes a close look at Lillian's most awkward years. It reads more like a group of snapshots then the story of Lillian's life. It explores her complex and often combative home life with her mother Stella and her equally abusive relationship with her boyfriend Xavier how it pushes her to the edge.
- Hardback | 252 pages
- 152 x 229mm
- 14 Sep 2009
- London, United Kingdom