This chapter has been moved to 60. lol ;)
Writing letters to Sophia Mitchell was the only thing that got Adam through being away, even though she never replied back. It was just the thought that one day he would have the chance to see her and his family again. Approval and acceptance were two things he always longed for throughout high school. And now after getting out of prison Adam wants forgiveness. But as Adam Scranton starts his life over after spending 6 years in jail, he learns that it doesn’t matter whether people forgive you for whatever you think you did wrong. In the end you’ll still feel guilty for it inside. The one you really need forgiveness from is yourself. Adam needed to know that he existed for a reason. He needed to make changes and make more an effort on doing the right things. He needed to validate his transformation – his change – his new beginning. But those changes could only begin after he makes the first step. View table of contents...
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Fiction, Romance, Family, Life, Death, Friendship, Abuse, Novel, Drama, War, Pain, Hate, Loss, Depression, Literary, Peace, Sad, Humor, Evil, Good, Kindness, Young, Forgiveness, Adult, Violence, Relationships, Fantasy, Teen, College, Drugs, School, Friends, Sadness, Girl