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Amnesia

Amnesia

59.8K Reads 3.8K Votes 76 Part Story
seaofroses07 By seaofroses07 Completed

When Addison Pierce is dropped off at Eaton Academy, she knows only three things: her name, her age and that she can't trust anyone. She was told that she would be safe here, but she doesn't feel safe, not when she desperately wants her memories back and is forced to tell lie upon lie about who she really is. 

The only thing keeping her from going totally insane are the pills she found in her suitcase. At first Addison didin't understand why she had them, but she comes to realise how much she needs them once she makes enemies with the richest girl at the Academy and a boy who seems to hate her for something she doesn't remember doing. 

Add the hardships of being a teenager and finding your way in the world all alone on top of this and you get a recipe for one thing. 

Trouble.

Highest ranking: #150
TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ey5_u4_3sso

weavingeyes weavingeyes Apr 12
I really enjoy the way you started the story. The fact that at first she didn't know who she was or where she was created a serious tone. Although prologues I've read have been pretty short, I'll make an exception since it was very interesting.
Wow this is extra legitimate material 👌 great book so far and I love the ideas! Keep writing! You clearly have a talent for this ☺👍😍
I really like this opening and the way you write long paragraphs and then suddenly snap a short word for effect. It's beautiful :)
AGB17luv AGB17luv Jul 18, 2016
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Wow you really know how to set an atmosphere!  I'm so glad I picked this up!
That's very interesting prologue. While it does give away the memory issue, it's telling there is more to come considering the Academy. It's a little too long for a prologue according to me, but I'll give that to you since you had to accommodate a few too many elements.