Untethered | ✏
Locked up in a tower comprising of her fears, sorrows and her broken past, Ivy Rivers doesn't know how to escape. Even worse, she doesn't know if she wants to.
Twenty-three minutes was all it took for a troubled kid to blow up the school she'd grown to love.
Twenty-three minutes was all it took for her to lose the ones she loved the most.
Twenty-three minutes was all it took for her to succumb to the depression and anxiety that threatened to vanquish her existence.
Diagnosed with agoraphobia, Ivy Rivers hasn't stepped out of her house in over six months. Even the thought of going back into the world sends shivers up her spine. But when Ivy starts receiving letters from the boy who was the reason her world fell apart, she starts uncovering mysteries she didn't know existed. She realizes the world doesn't know the full truth about what happened that day.
With the help of her next-door-neighbor, Flynn, can Ivy conquer her fears and move on from her past? They say that the higher the tower is built, the harder the fall. Can she make it out on time?
In this retelling of the beloved fairytale, Rapunzel, join Ivy as she learns to embrace her weaknesses and fight her fears, as well as piece together what really happened that day.
Rapunzel tells us one thing about life. Climbing the tower becomes less difficult if someone at the end gives you reason to hold on.