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Labyrinth combines lyrical, narrative, and dramatic poetry, narrating the last year of the author's life while distinctly touching on poetic object studies and the effectiveness of different perspectives on a subject. The story starts with a poem to set the mood - 'Stone Cold,' detailing the real effect of glass and smokescreens, and the ever-shattering facade of a perfect life. As the story progresses, the leader identifies the main character - a teenage girl drifting in and out of reality, firmly believing in the institution of denial. Eventually, she finds herself in a position to let her demons flow through her, this book tracks her healing process. The theme of love is prominent in the book - the kind built up in her head, which she used as an escape from the bleak medievalism of her everyday life. Family issues make everything worse. Slowly she rebuilds relationships with her family, healing the good and embracing the bad. She can't differentiate between good and bad people unless someone is outright evil to her. The novel is like a magnifying glass into her head; the heartwarming, the heart-wrenching, the insightful. It ends with a testament to her journey; her broken glass and heartbreaking epiphanies as she navigates her way through the labyrinth we call life.
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