Finding Hope

Finding Hope

28.4K Reads 1K Votes 6 Part Story
Kate By Lilohorse Updated Jun 23, 2017

Going through an attic is like a treasure hunt, especially when you're going through someone else's. Like Forrest Gump said, you never know what you're gonna get.

Leah Coombes thought she knew exactly what she was in for when she started to sort through her mother's attic, but what she didn't expect to find was an old box filled with letters addressed to a missing girl called Hope. With the help of the letters and added research, Leah discovers that Hope disappeared during a stay at Sunnyside Recuperation Camp for young mental disorder sufferers, but through the eyes of Myka, Hope's sister, she witnesses a new found love, a break in and a type of desperation she didn't realise existed. Armed with Myka's letter, Leah vows to find out exactly what happened to Hope during that month at Sunnyside, but with the camp and other witnesses proving impossible, can the truth really be uncovered?

  • anxiety
  • camp
  • depression
  • hope
  • illness
  • letters
  • mental
  • missing
  • ptsd
  • sisters
  • summercamp
Moonah98 Moonah98 Jul 27, 2016
The storyline is amazingly beautiful. I totally love it. The title totally rocks, Finding Hope
- - Dec 13, 2016
Creates this story, I'd like to get advice and reviews from some people if possible, thanks and have a nice day :)
tvshowology tvshowology May 30, 2015
IM REALLY INTERESTED BUT ALSO REALLY TIRED SO IM GOING TO SAVE THE REST FOR TOMORROW
GeorgiaUrban GeorgiaUrban Mar 11, 2015
The blurb intrigued me so I had to come check this out - the openings pretty simple, but it sets the scene and the premise of the story to come, but I hope we see more of a development of the main characters next
codename_tde codename_tde Feb 28, 2015
This only has a few chapters,, but I love it already. I HONESTYLY can't wait to see more it!!!
brodstar brodstar Sep 14, 2014
Was Looking for Alaska a bit of inspiration for this?? Thats what the blurb and title reminded me of :) Sounds great and has alot of potential. Congrats on publishing the other book by the way ;)