Unfinished Diary

Unfinished Diary : The Story of Lucy Rosalinda

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Unfinished Diary tells a story of a pretty and sharp-witted Lucy Rosalinda, a novelist who has to struggle with life due to her muteness since young age. The story begins in 1995 when a literature student named Stephanie was given the rare chance to look into the writer's diary which records important moments of Lucy Rosalinda's life. Stephanie learns that the novelist's muteness means that she has to endure social rejections throughout her life, but that doesn't mean that she doesn't live a meaningful life, thanks to her loved ones who are always there for her when she needs them. In the second half of the diary, Stephanie also learns that Lucy Rosalinda meets another equally romantic novelist, who has a serious problem with life. But just when things are starting to work out, they have to face the steepest odd of life and their true love is put into the toughest test they could ever imagine.
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  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 440g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507564147
  • 9781507564141

About Ronald Gan

Ronald Gan is an Indonesian currently residing in Singapore. He has studied Literature in his High School at Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) and is currently finishing his undergraduate program at Singapore Management University. Ronald has written three manuscripts before deciding to publish Unfinished Diary, his latest. Other than writing, he enjoys football, movies, chess, pool games and some other tactical games.
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