I used to believe in love. I believed that the innate good of people could be more powerful than the evil represented in the world. I believed that a mother's love for a child was the purest love that existed.
I don't believe in anything now.
No freedom. No autonomy. No identity. Two years after a single, vengeful act ripped everything away, all prisoner 35879-045 has is her own mind. Only her memories of the time before to combat the utter isolation of solitary confinement. So many others have had their sanity wrenched from them in the crushing solitude of their cells, their psyches snapped beyond repair. But she isn't like them. She knows who she is. She will not lose herself.
A creeping, claustrophobic dive into the effects of isolation on the human mind, Solitary is a story of love, loss and, above all, the art of survival.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-492-2
Pages : 84
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Tina Ridlon lives with her husband in Bridgton, ME.