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Living in the Never

Author Name: Daya Atreya | Format: Paperback | Genre : Young Adult Fiction | Other Details

Jayson Adams, a seventeen-year-old struggling with catatonic depression for four years, has frustrations that he hasn’t let out yet, consequences of a depression that he is desperate to get over and fading hope of recovery.

Heather Banks is a sixteen-year-old struggling with the aftermath of a recently broken family. She has abandonment issues that are masked off, closures that she is yet to have and a kind soul that she is determined to keep untainted from the cruelties of life.

So, what has destiny planned for them, when these two worlds collide?

With disturbed pasts often affecting their present, they attempt to weave through their conflicting emotions while simultaneously trying hard to minimize the consequences of their actions. But will they succeed?

Has anyone ever been truly successful in having the best of both worlds?

Will this time be any different?

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Daya Atreya

A nineteen-year-old hailing from Duliajan, an oil township in Assam, Daya Atreya debuted in the literary world with her eBook short fiction, The Letter from the Frenchman, on Amazon Kindle at sixteen. However, Living in the Never is her first work to be published as a paperback. Her first writing experience was a widely accoladed poem she wrote in the fourth standard, and she says there has been no turning back ever since. Her favorite aspect of storytelling is stepping into different characters and thinking from perspectives that have no similarity to her thoughts and beliefs, which are reflected in the characters in this book. However, it's her precision in creating lucid characters, inspired by the various issues of society that highlights her skills as an author. She is a strong advocate of social and mental health issues, which are themes that this book has ventured into.  For her, it’s the power of perspectives that help her see the world unbiasedly.