Unnecessary

Unnecessary

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Peyton Scott was born into unthinkable circumstances. After two weeks of life, she was given up by her parents, Margaret and Frank to her aunt and uncle. For the first two years of her life, she would live with them and know what love was. Those two years would be the only years that she knew love. At three years old, her brother Luke was born and that's when her life went down hill. Ripped from the arms of her aunt and uncle, Peyton had to learn how to live in an unlivable world. She had to learn to survive in her own way, or else be killed doing it. This is a story about learning to live in the darkest of dark places, and learning how to be the only light in one's life.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 84 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 4.83mm | 145.15g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507779402
  • 9781507779408

About Peyton Scott

Peyton Scott went to college at Roanoke College. While there she studied English and Psychology, but found her passion laid in Psychology. Starting at the age of 15, Peyton started writing. She wrote her first poem the day September 11th occurred. Due to her writing ability, she was published in her high school's competitive literary magazine. Peyton also attended a convention for writers while in high school. At the age of 28, while being pushed by her counselor, Peyton decided to write her first book in a series she calls the Un-series. The first book in the series, is called Unnecessary. It follows Peyton's life through birth to the beginning of age 13. Peyton hopes that by sharing her story, other children and teenagers will see that they too can survive whatever life throws their way. She hopes that this book will touch lives, and maybe save a few. She hopes that this book ultimately shows the people who are or have been through the same things that they are not alone.show more