Rated 19 + (This is the newly edited version)The LonelyThe truth is subjective to what the lonely lets in. Emalyn Spicer has lived with it for a long time. She thinks it goes back further than her memories do. She knows it goes back further than the OCD. When she arrives at college, her OCD's... show more
Rated 19 + (This is the newly edited version)The LonelyThe truth is subjective to what the lonely lets in. Emalyn Spicer has lived with it for a long time. She thinks it goes back further than her memories do. She knows it goes back further than the OCD. When she arrives at college, her OCD's and the lonely refuse to let her have her wish to be normal. When she meets Sebastian and starts to fall for him, she lets herself believe it's possible to outrun the things chasing her from the past. But how to you get away from the things inside of you? How do you run from yourself?Just as she gives up and succumbs to the lonely, the unthinkable happens. She finds herself once again trapped in the dark, once again held against her will.This time she meets the lonely head on. In the darkest corners of her mind, she discovers there is more to her world than she ever imagined. She discovers that the lonely was there for her, protecting her from herself and her secrets.How far would you go to find yourself?This is a dark and captivating novel, tread lightly. It is not for the faint of heart, but for those able to see beauty past the breakage. Don't forget to check out the companion novel due out in the summer of 2013, The Lost Boy. Maybe that'll help you sort out the things you have leftover from the story...
Publish date: February 2nd 2013
Publisher: Tara Brown Publishing
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, New Adult
Series: The Lonely (#1)
¿Que cara"## fue esto? No tiene ni pies ni cabeza.
All throughout reading this book, my feelings about it went back and forward.It certainly had enough potential but for me the highlight of the book was between 40-50% and with that the book could've been done for me.From that point on, my annoyance increased steadily. The typos, the grammar, the way...