Conspiracy Theorist Alphabet, The


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By Sarah Barter

ISBN: 978-1-84747-010-2
First Published: 2005
This Edition: 2006
Pages: 228
Key Themes: psychosis, psychiatry, activism, advice, recovery


Change your life the easy way. Let this book do it for you. This is a rollercoaster of a book, and should be sipped slowly, like a glass of fine wine. Penny is a University English graduate. As the intrepid protagonist, working for The Museum of Beautiful Things , and as an undercover journalist, she goes right to the heart of her soul, not to mention the nations tax bill , to find the core of herself and her beliefs. Her journey takes her to Darfur, Baghdad, Hollywood, into reality TV and to a firm called Concepts of Time . She also falls in love, three times. With Andrew, the Director of The Museum of Beautiful Things, Ernie, a radio wavelength engineer and Eyes, a private detective she hires to spy on Ernie. It is a passionate book, passionate in the causes it champions and a passionate love story. A story about polymorphic psychosis, love, psychology and mental illness. A work of fiction or is it.

About the Author

Sarah was born in a small town in Staffordshire to Ben and Antoinette and grew up in an idyllic location in a cottage in the woods, with horses, donkeys, goats, chickens and ducks, dogs and cats.

She was educated in Staffordshire too, but by her Secondary school her parents had found work commitments too difficult to keep the cottage and they moved into Stafford itself, where she lived near the railway line. Her grandmother lived with the family, and was a great influence on Sarah, and one of the characters in her novel, The Conspiracy Theorist Alphabet is based on her.
Sarah was encouraged by her A Level teacher to become a writer, and was fond of writing short stories. These became a collection of short stories called Five Reasons To Be A Star.

Sarah is now seeking publication for a further novel, which is called Concepts of Time, and will shortly begin work on another one.

1 review for Conspiracy Theorist Alphabet, The

  1. Fiona Whelpton (verified owner)

    This book is such a great read! It touches on love, psychology and mental illness.

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