The Popcorn Girl




      The Popcorn Girl
When the owner of an atheist bookshop falls for the girl who works in the moviehouse across the street, he has no idea what he s getting into Jasmina is the survivor of a toxically religious upbringing, and has managed to escape only by losing her original identity and, when the pressure gets too much, etching a staircase of cuts into her arm When Paul discovers a missing person flyer with a picture of a twelve year old Jasmina, the psychological fireworks are about the begin A mind bending thriller from the author of Frosted Glass. Free Download The Popcorn Girl By Michael J. Vaughn For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Michael J Vaughn is the author of thirteen novels, including The Popcorn Girl and Operaville He is a frequent contributor to Writer s Digest, and a 25 year performing arts journalist His poetry has appeared inthan fifty journals, including Skidrow Penthouse, Confrontation and The Chaffin Journal He lives in San Jose, California, and plays drums for the San Francisco rock band Exit Wonderland.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 334 pages
  • The Popcorn Girl
  • Michael J. Vaughn
  • English
  • 18 June 2018

10 thoughts on “ The Popcorn Girl

  1. Calder Lowe says:

    Michael J Vaughn s THE POPCORN GIRL is a tremendously complex and bittersweet novel masterfully researched and honed Vaughn is to be congratulated on untangling the knots deeply rooted in religious hypocrisy and its oftentimes ancillary manifestation in the abuse of children, who may, in turn, self mutilate, act out in sexually deviant ways, or fall prey to dissociative disorders to better cope with the aftermath of their traumas This book is tempered by tremendous compassion and fraught wi Michael J Vaughn s THE POPCORN GIRL is a tremendously complex and bittersweet novel masterfully researched and honed Vaughn is to be congratulated on untangling the knots deeply rooted in religious hypocrisy and its oftentimes ancillary manife...

  2. Diana says:

    wow ex Jehovah Witness atheist bookstore owner meets orthodox Serbian refugee hooker and find true love interesting characters combined with a stunning plot with lots of twists, made this one of the best books I ve read in a while.

  3. Rita says:

    Loss of identity, lost love, loss of faith all are examined in this novel about the relationship between a troubled young woman and the owner of an atheist book store The story moves well, the settings are vivid and the characters are well drawn All in all, it s a fun read.

  4. Amy Lynch says:

    OMGThe Popcorn Girl is AMAZING Excellent character development, convoluted story line, and a super twisty ending Read it when you have time too finish it

  5. Katrena says:

    Certainly differentAt first I didn t think this book was for me, but as Jasmina and Paul s story unfolded, I becameengaged.

  6. Victoria says:

    It is a great book to read

  7. Greg Chandler says:

    What starts out as an offbeat romance, between a bookstore clerk and the popcorn girl at the cinema across the street, takes a turn for the strange The girl supplements her day job as a call girl, preventing her from turning their friendship into romance The clerk is a Mormon turned atheist, bent on converting s...

  8. Tess Ailshire says:

    A joy of a story, but a story that is not joyous The characters are flawed, complex, multi faceted, and unexpected One feels there is so muchto these people and their lives, which makes them very real.I m not generally a fan of books where one has to kno...

  9. Sharon says:

    I really enjoyed this.

  10. Jo Notary says:

    334p When the owner of an atheist bookshop falls for the girl who works in the movie house across the street, he has no idea what he s getting into Jasmina is the survivor of a toxically religious upbringing, and has managed to escape only by losing her original identity and, when the pressure gets too much, etching a staircase of cuts into her arm When Paul discovers a missing person flyer with a picture of a twelve year old Jasmina, the psychological fireworks are about the begin A mind ben 334p When the owner of an atheist bookshop falls for the girl who works in the movie house across the street, he has no idea what he s getting into Jasmina is the survivor of a toxically religious upbringing, and has managed to escape only by losing her original identity and, when the pressure gets too much, etching a staircase of cuts into her arm When Paul dis...

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