Lost at Sea

So this one’s deep. It’s all introspection and dealing with the first 20 odd years of one’s life, essentially. Which will resonate more if one’s gone through these sorts of life lessons at about this age or dealing with growing pains of first losses, etc. An extremely easy read, if it doesn’t catch the reader’s interest at first, one could still get through it due to its easy flow and the love for O’Malley.

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