The biggest lie ever told: “I’m fine.”
Depression, attempted suicide, love, loss, rape and social media abuse are considered modern day realities and a rite of passage for the young and impressionable.
As Savannah transitions into adulthood, society is quick to define her by the choices and situations she puts herself in. Her world spirals down a tunnel of no return and the aspirations and expectations childhood set her up for are replaced with recklessness and a strong inclination toward self-sabotage.
“This was an incredibly powerful, emotional and heartbreaking read,”
—Pacific Book Review
“She wanted to be responsible for her own happiness, to be strong enough to overcome moments of weakness and times of irrationality.”
—Premium US Reviews