She was perfect

She was perfect

1 chapter / 496 words

Approximately 2 minutes to read

Description:

Its a short story about a schizophrenic teenage girl named Annalynn.
Its just a story...but perhaps true for many kids around the world.

Cover by copperfalcon!

Genres:

Writing, Short Story

Comments(13)

Marcy

7 months ago Ané said:

I know I'm repeating myself, but this is so beautiful! The emotions are honest and raw, I feel so much for the character, it hurts. You gave me a glimpse of what it's like to have Schizophrenia, you capture the loneliness of it perfectly. This shows a side that people don't normally see, people tend to think it's just hearing voices and seeing things, but there's more to it than that. It's such a complex condition, which I want to understand, and I want to do research on it when I get accepted for a masters degree.

Capture

8 months ago Harley Quinn said:

Wow. This book really does. . . 'tug on your heartstrings' as my English teacher would say. I hope you continue it. It's a great book, even if it is sad

Capture

9 months ago Jazzy said:

This hit me right in the feels....I've no experience with schizophrenia but I'd stay regardless you did an awesome job with this.

Compassionate124

9 months ago Ritu said:

Wow it was a really nice story. I don't really have much of an experience in the mental illness you mentioned but I think the description is pretty awesome. Loved it. Have a great day. Bye!!!

Reviews(10)

New (4)

3 months ago Abby_Queen said:

I have the illness schizophrenia. This piece makes me feel so understood. Thank you

Mi

8 months ago Artemis J. Potter said:

I really like the emotion in this piece. It is very palpable. I feel like this piece could be longer. Like a few others have said, I feel like you could show us more of how bad Annalynn's life was with schizophrenia instead of telling. It is already emotional, but I feel like more showing would make it more emotional. Also, I think this could be more effective if it was told from Annalynn's point of view, to really see her internal struggle. Overall, I enjoyed this!