#DejaVu from Emma Clapperton. A Pint-sized book review! @EmmaLClapperton


When Emma Clapperton asked me to have a wee read at her latest novella the blurb intrigued me right away:


Celia was found brutally murdered in a railway underpass. No one was ever charged with her murder, it was like the killer disappeared into thin air. But Celia knew her killer and after she died, she fought for her soul to re-enter her body, to carry on with life. But the force is too strong for her and her soul is case aside. 
Celia did not want anyone to forget what happened to her. 

Alice has suffered from anxiety as far back as she can remember. With certain music causing unexpected emotional outbursts and recurring nightmares, she can’t take much more.
But when she gets the job she applies for, the future seems brighter. Soon after her first shift at the office, the recurring dreams intensify, become more detailed. They feel real.
And that’s when déjà vu sets in.
Alice begins to wonder if these spells déjà vu, are actually memories… 

I am not always a supernatural fan but I have to admit that I am a little bit fascinated about what happens to us after we die! Well actually I am a huge bit fascinated!  Deja Vu certainly fed my fascination! It is a belter and it packs in quite a punch in its 31 pages! Switching from the brutal murder of Celia in the 1980s to the present day it is a tale of the darkest side of death, that whole light idea of what happens when we accept our journey to the light at the end of the tunnel.

Deja Vu is certainly a jam-packed tasty little treat for fans of the supernatural and those who love to have chills shiver down their spine and goosebumps on their goosebumps!

Deja Vu is available to purchase from:

Amazon UK

Amazon US

About the author:

Emma L Clapperton

Emma L Clapperton, born December 1985, has always had a passion for reading and writing. She studied childcare and gained qualifications to work with the early years in 2002. She completed her first novel, Beyond Evidence and it was published in September 2012 with a second edition being published in April 2013.
Emma won the book award for the month of April at thebookawards.com
She currently resides in a little town outside of the city of Glasgow with her partner and is working on her next project.

You can contact Emma through these websites:



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