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No One Here Is Lonely Hardcover – 22 Jan 2019
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Sarah Everett grew up in enchanted forests, desert islands, and inside a magical wardrobe. She speaks two Nigerian languages and a small amount of Afrikaans, and was also president of her high school's Japanese club (which was only slightly less nerdy than it sounds). She now lives in Alberta, Canada, where she moonlights as a graduate student and writes young-adult novels. She believes in chocolate, daydreaming, and good mistakes. When she's not writing, Sarah is probably nose-deep in a book, bemoaning her nonexistent sense of direction or engaging in some "car-aoke" while she tries to find her way home. Her first book was Everyone We've Been. Visit her on Twitter at @heysaraheverett.
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Also, Eden found out that her best friend wanted to spend more time with other people. Her friend told her that she had not applied to be camp counselor with her and going to parties at lot and even drinking too much. Eden is disappointed and confused by her friend's change in behavior. Them while working for her dad, she accidently finds out that her mother was not being true to her father. All this amounted to an emotional chaos and a lot of emotional turmoil. Eden visits Will's mother who gives her a phone number, That phone number goes a memory bank with Will's voice, laugh and the new artificial Will becomes her non-critical friend.
I thought that were many different ways that the story could have taken a different turn but instead, Eden became more involved with Will was not real. I wondered about Will's mother, what will become of her eventually now that she had her own version of the artificial Will. There was a glimpse into her future but it was not pursued. I got tired of Will and craved the real people in Eden's life. I also thought that her former best friend was actually mean to her and Eden needed to realize that and deal with it. There could have been more interesting story if Eden had not hidden from her problems and confronted people more.
So there was a great beginning but then it stalled and ended too abruptly for me.
The redeeming thing was the writing. I did finish this and it was due to the writing. It was engaging and very easy to just sit down with.