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Knowing You're There

Knowing You're There

40K Reads 1.1K Votes 28 Part Story
Jess By dreamsmadereal Completed

Lia and Kurt both struggle in school.  She's blind.  He has Asperger's.  The two instantly connect after meeting in the hallway and bond over their musical talents.  With Kurt's family business collapsing and Lia struggling with the fate of her ill seeing eye dog, their relationship is put to test as they face the world around them.

Riptide_gal Riptide_gal Apr 02, 2015
This is a very unique idea and you described the difficulties which a blind girl goes through every day. The story literally grabbed me and took me down in a pit of feels. Now if you excuse me, I shall read the next chapters and squeal and fangirl 
                              Good job
ChangingFace ChangingFace Jan 27, 2015
Oh the feels are real with this, I have never wrote someone that never once sugar coated over anything when it came to a delicate subject like this, I highly enjoyed my time reading this and finally I found something I can add to my list that means I really like it.
                              Well done.
hymasetty hymasetty Dec 19, 2014
I really liked the way you started the story and maintained its grip.
                              the descriptions are good, conversations are perfect.
                              good read.
theotheridiot theotheridiot Sep 11, 2014
I like how you started the story and making the readers have a "want to know" feeling about the main character :D
Kyrene_Ko Kyrene_Ko Sep 09, 2014
I agree with @hainachu it's a unique that you would find so often in a story. You get to hear and really feel a blind man point of view. It's a great story and I love it. best wishes on your entry :)
zepharo zepharo Sep 08, 2014
wow, this is so different and unique, I love it. I figure it's hard to write a blind main character. She doesn't see what other do and therefor her point of view is different  and describing everyday life like it takes talent. good job:)