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Lucy made a wish on a dandelion in a past life. The wish went horribly wrong. Now as the time for her eighteenth birthday nears, she feels a sense of foreboding. With each day that approaches she feels a piece of her mind come unhinged. Strange events begin to take over Lucy’s life as she fights for control of her mind, what is real and what isn’t. As the line blurs between reality and make-believe, she realizes the dark fairytales she was told as a child were meant to do more than frighten her. They were meant to help lead her to safety.Following the faded trail of childhood memories, Lucy must go on a journey to find the answers she desperately needs to save her sanity. Answers that can only be found in the Dewdrop Forest. The Dewdrop Forest, a dark enchanted place where fairytales are abundant and visitors are highly unwelcome. Lucy quickly discovers that someone else wants her sanity more than she does. A place where Lucy will soon learn that the fight is for far more than just her sanity, the real fight is for her soul.
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Keep reading for an interview with Lucy, a character from the story:
Who do you most admire in your world?
I admire the trees in the forest. It shares secrets with me.
What is your greatest fear?
Losing my sanity. It's all better now I just let go of it.
What is the most important lesson you've learned about life?
Nothing is ever as it seems.
Who has been the greatest influence in your life?
The old man. As silly as he was his intentions were good.
Where is the best place to visit in your world?
There isn't one in my world.
What places should visitors avoid?
Do your best to avoid the Dewdrop forest altogether. If I don't find you the children will and well they get bored.
Do you have any hobbies?
Reading always reading and collecting new stories.
Do you have a secret you've never told anyone?
I found the pit where he keeps the others but I'm not mad. How could I be?
Have you ever been in love?
Yes, it was splendid.
How did that work out for you?
Happily Ever After of course.
What kind of clothing do you prefer to wear?
I used to love sturdy jeans, boots, and a t-shirt but now it doesn't matter.
Would you ever or have you ever lied?
I hate lying it is one of my moral strong points. Honesty is extremely important even to one's self.