Forgotten

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When one is immortal, life fades to greyness. Welcome to the world of the Forgotten; where a lonely wolf grows old and decides to let go of his immortality. More
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Words: 900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301688715
About Luann Jung

I am: a writer, a reader, a singer, a swimmer. A creator, a maker, a go to bed late-er. An artist, a dreamer, a coffee with creamer; a poet, a know-it, a low-lit . . . old light bulb. I am: an explorer . . . who's border . . . is way past the sky.

I will escape. I am escaping. I have escaped. ☺

"Last night, I dreamt of going on an impossible journey through a perilously beautiful world. Oh, and I fell in love along the way."
- Luann Jung

There are two sides to my card. One is black. One is white. The card flips every now and then. Sometimes the card flips so fast it gets ripped. Sometimes people come and tape it back up. But even then, the rip is still there.

My name is Luann Jung, and most people can't pronounce my name (I don't know why). I turned 13 years old this year on March 25. I'm about 5'5. Soon, I will start 9th grade. I guess you could say I'm smart; I skipped a grade, am in the Gifted program, and qualify for national recognition based on my 7th grade SAT scores. I'm Asian but was born in the USA. My mom is Chinese and my dad is Korean. I'm on a swim team (have practice everyday for 2.5 hours, weekends too), I like to run, I play soccer for fun, and I have played the flute for 3 years. I have a dog and two cats. I spend lots of time on the computer; writing, reading, and editing graphics. I make websites, book covers, compose music, and do lots of other things!

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Review by: Melody Hewson on July 20, 2013 :
Beautiful story with hints of a much larger tale interwoven with it, but the first one feels unfinished. Why was he special? What was special about him? There were far too many things that remained unexplained and seemed to have no relevance.
Good read, although a bit sad, but simply feels far too unfinished. More like a summary than an actual story.
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