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    Errors and angst

    This is not a story from the usual viewpoint of a neglected/forlorn/alone/abandoned/outcast girl turned heroine. It's really the story from the viewpoint of a selfish, spoiled, whiny, popular, well-loved yet ungrateful for these "blessings" prom queen who, gradually, after going through prideful errors and gratingly irritating emotional chaos, begins to come to terms with her life and what wreckage she has rained on it. For most of the story, I, personally, as a reader, was particularly irked by her attitude, until I realized with what dexterity and depth this woman's character had been portrayed. Not everyone is strong, and she wasn't. Not everyone is a selfless heroine, and yet there are few stories telling this point of view. It could perhaps be a bit exaggerated on the angst but is fairly realistic when it comes down to the depths that self-doubt combined with selfish pride can plunge a normal person. In the end, being sorry for ones own errors turns out to be only half the way along the path towards becoming a whole, and love is not a simple remedy for every wrong. Fortunately, somehow, the happy ending is waiting right around the corner, despite the long road to get there.

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