Seafoam

Seafoam

3.2K Reads 464 Votes 37 Part Story
I R A Z E M A By SunshineLola17 Updated an hour ago

Lulu's mom is sick and Lulu desperately wants to be free of all her troubles so she convinces herself that she no longer needs to stay a part of this world. At 13, she decides to jump off a light house balcony and become a part of the ocean.
That night, she meets a boy who convinces her to live for at least one more day. After spending the night running around the town with him, a tragedy strikes and Lulu wakes up in the hospital, unaware of what happened to the boy. Years later, it is senior year and Lulu's mom has finally died. She hides once more behind the delusion that she doesn't belong in this world. But fate has another plan for her and now, it's her turn to save someone from themselves. Can she save herself in the process?

Credit to the awesome @MulanJiang for the beautiful cover!

"A thing I really loved in it is that it can talk about serious subjects like death and sickness without shocking anyone, thanks to the very particular way of writing."- from Book Reviews by @jackandjack22

"The story was beautifully depicted and the characters were very appealing. The story exposes its characters in their raw and vulnerable form-allowing the audience to sympathize and relate to them."-from Young Adult Book Reviews by @theyoungadultawards

created 1/22/2016

Strange thought for someone to have! Hm... Wonder what makes her this way?
She must have really not wanted to jump. But then why go up in the first place?
TheLifeOfJo TheLifeOfJo Mar 24
Your story looks very interesting! Definitely adding it to my library and looking forward to reading it. :)
😂😂😂😂😂😂I'm sorry but that's exactly what I would say hahaha
- - May 23
This is a funny and relatable way to have this sentence written, especially relatable to those who've seen and/or used a jukebox ! (@Juliana_Armani )
 #WA I've never read a story about the main character ever being 13. This is very different and I like the chapter. Lulu is like every other 13 year old girl. The mystery boy does sound a bit older than her, but not by much. Anyway, I love this and can't wait to read more.