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Lost Souls

Lost Souls

Lucineh Danielian


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Newcomer Lucineh Danielian cleverly weaves together the stories of six women to create a moving anthology on issues pertinent to modern day life. Lauren, a high school student, has been neglected for as long as she can remember and drastically decides to take matters into her own hands. Claudine is the subject of a secret, without knowing this painful hidden truth will form the foundation for the rest of her life. In the Name of Honour introduces ambitious student Alissia who courageously confronts her family's honour-based traditions with tragic consequences, while corporate climber Jane's career is brought to a screeching halt when she discovers her father's battle with an unseen enemy. Danielian's approach to the pitfalls of alcoholism is both subtle and gripping in Betrayal, whilst Loose Ends sees thirty-five year old Amanda eagerly await a life-changing decision, oblivious to her fate. What do all of these women have in common? This heartfelt anthology is nothing less than a labour of love from one woman to all others but accessible to all readers.

ISBN : 978-1-80439-646-9

Published: 28/03/2024

Pages : 187

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Lucineh Danielian

Lucineh is an author of Armenian descent and French and British nationality, born and raised in London. Lucineh holds a bachelor's and a master's degree and has been an educator for over a decade. Writing has always been a strong passion of hers and has played a key role in shaping her professional and personal life's journey. When writing, Lucineh chooses to live vicariously through each character in order to best tell their story with the authenticity that each one deserves. Lucineh has a strong interest in literature, languages and culture and hopes to inspire her readers through her work.

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