WE ALL HAD IT WRONG (ESCAPISM)

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April, an eighteen-year-old willing for a change in her current life, transfers to a new school, experiencing an emotional rollercoaster pre and post her leg injury. Forcing her in her beliefs and willing for the perfect but soon realizes that perfect in itself is an infinite, neverending margin for improvement, running on train tracks. You can see them joining. It’s not false, but they never actually do join. Claire, her mom, had similar and contradicting experiences in her childhood and her motherhood. They together get to face the ugly and beauty in themselves and each other. April’s people- her dad and her mom, Jace, Chloe, Jema, and Aiden side her with their causes. Later in the chapters, April chooses to save her unexplored-romantic feelings for the future and rather encounters her cause for her existence.

Description

Medha, the author, was born in India in the state of Bihar on 24 Sep in the year 2003. She completed her early school education at Bokaro Steel City, Jharkhand, and has been fostering an early interest in reading, art, and music since her school. Her academic interest is genetics, evolution, and molecular biology. And hence would be pursuing the latter in her career. The anticipation when she read her own writings was a new experience; this changed her stance from a reader to a writer. This book is her first creation that the author started writing in the last year of her school in 2021 and finished the book by Aug 2022. The follow-ups in this specialization are yet to be explored by her.

Book Details

ISBN: 9789393276001
Publisher: Apna Publish
Number of Pages: 194
Dimensions: 5 x 8
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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