It's hard to play solitaire in a world where no one understands you.
They say madness is the emergency exit.
"Solitaire" is the story that will take you there.
A year has passed since the fatal lock down and shooting at East Delavan High school. Robin Wayne, a 17-year old survivor, is trying to forget that day and move on with her life.
But she can't move on if she's living in an asylum now.
Ever since that day, she's been crowded by doctors, scientists and her family members as they try to figure out why she's changed so much.
Most importantly, why her blind eyes can see now.
Robin knows that none of them can understand, except for Damien Isadore - her true friend, who understands what she's going through. As she and Damien live together in the asylum, they know that the life they deserve won't be in there.
Robin realizes she can't walk both paths in front of her. She could follow after Damien, and be by his side for all their lives. Or she could take a step back and retreat to who she used to be, in the world that she used to live in.
But Robin knows one thing:
People die, beauty fades, love changes...
And you're always alone.
(this is the sequel to Lockdown)