Twenty-year-old Quinn Aldredge just wants to take back control of her life, but her crippling depression has taken over as captain of her brain.
About The Author
Storyteller, bird lady, lover of sitcoms and collector of books. Shopaholic, makeup addict, 81 bottles of nail polish and counting. I like my coffee to taste like dessert. I could spend hours talking about The Great Gatsby. I do some of my best brainstorming while doing the dishes and I don’t believe in naps, though I do fall victim to them from time to time. Read More…
“I have never read a more vivid description of mental illness, even while Quinn is struggling to find the words. I see this book as having the potential to be a game changer for teens with mental illness.”
Mercy Pilkington of Author Options
"Bewilderments of the Eyes by Theresa Sopko is a fascinating and heartfelt exploration into the crippling effects of depression...While the subject matter is serious, Sopko infuses her characters and scenarios with doses of humor and compassion. Quinn and her struggles are front and center, as they should be, but they are dealt with care and honesty."
Self-Publishing Review, 4 Stars
"I have yet to find another text which honestly depicts the daily and moment-to-moment battle that faces you."
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