Beautiful Oblivion

Beautiful Oblivion

48.3K Reads 2.1K Votes 6 Part Story
Jennie Camacho By JennieCamacho Completed

Everyone's heard a picture is worth a thousand words, but when you only have a few months to live it can be worth so much more. Noah Prescott wanted nothing more than to be your everyday typical 15-year-old boy, but with stage 4 melanoma, he was anything but normal. Depressed and completely ready to give up on life, he has lost all interest in the world around him. That is until he meets Glenn Green, the dying boy with a sunny disposition. Unable to accept Noah's pessimistic outlook on life, Glenn sets out to show the younger teen that life might not turn out how he pictured it, but it can still hold so much beauty. That is, if you know where to look.

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queennzh queennzh Jan 15
The people in the worst situations alwats seem to have the most positivty
StarReader127 StarReader127 Dec 17, 2016
I feel like sorry for those of you who have gone through times like where you have been in theese situations and I'm sorry okay I'm sorry and I wish u all well
5SOSandphantrash 5SOSandphantrash Dec 12, 2016
I already know I'm gonna cry a lot. Thanks so much author. (Note the sarcasm) (jk I think it's a really good idea and I haven't read much but you're an amazing writer so far)
AFinnicker AFinnicker Dec 03, 2016
So well written. I appreciate this writer's ability to describe teenage spoofs of anger in such an accurate way.
AerynFrost AerynFrost Nov 25, 2016
Well it's theoretically appropriate, but in deeper sense it's intense
So are you writing this as Ransom Riggs wrote the Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children series - - incorporating real-life photos into the plot? Bc I love it!