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This book is a pictorial representation of the world of introverts. From social seclusion, finding partners to employments is well coiled within this informative nuggets. There are lots of moments that are highly relatable and certain graphics will tickle the bones! I felt like Debbie was a mirror image of me at places. This can be served as a manifesto at schools to explain about the nature of introverted people and hope it receives its deserved recognition.

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The life of introverted person is nicely depicted in this novel and, if famous for their online persona then, nothing holds back till satisfies their quench. I got sucked into their fan fiction story which runs parallel and offers the glimpses of an active moderator of the forum. The communications between the Elisa online pal and the growing bonds with the Wallace friends displays the thin line between online and offline contacts. When email is sent by Olivia Kane, Eliza weighs the pros and cons of fan art with a pile of life wisdom to contemplate. This YA fiction calls for a universal embrace of addressing the issues befall upon a recluse and the inner monsters which are harmless in my opinion.

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While pursuing Post Grad Studies in UK, I was put up with a girl with whom I was sharing the house. She is a person with high independence and bold attitude that have never come across in any one. I was introverted from the start and moving with her have changed my inner personality. It was then I started to hang out with her and developed to mingle with new people. She had this charm to mold according to the people’s interest and observe them.

As there is a saying, opposite attracts may be this phrase is not confined to the love relationships alone. I would say that the phrase is applied to the friendship part as well.

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