Is There Any Way Out?

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A short and sweet story about a suicidal teenage girl who finds a reason to live.
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About Francie Spletstoser

Born on May 13, 1997 in Florida. Moved to New York in 2004 after a hurricane brought down my family's house. I've been writing several poems and novels since 2008. I've participated in school plays and concerts. I play the violin in my school orchestra. I haven't been all that lucky and I like to turn what went wrong into what I thought it should have been like in my writing. It's like my way of venting. I don't like talking about my feelings and I don't keep a diary because I feel kind of stupid talking to a piece of paper. I keep a B average in school. A few years back, I had really horrible friends and I wasn't all that "popular" but since then, I've gotten rid of them and I have made a lot of new friends. Now, I am (kind of) "popular", I am one of the top students in all of my classes (including orchestra), and I am in drama club as background (I wasn't loud enough at my audition...oops! Well, at least I got in.) I am working on a novel right now and it will be posted on here as soon as I'm finished with it. Follow me on twitter, please! My username is FSauthor. Yeah, I know...I couldn't think of anything else, it was 730 in the morning! Email me for any questions or comments at or

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Review by: Carter Thomas on June 11, 2011 :
I really wanted to love this. But I don't think that five pages is nearly enough to develop the characters as much as the author attempted to. This short story could have easily stretched over thirty pages with good writing. Instead, it's short and none of the characters are very 3-dimensional at all. I don't think that there should be such a HUGE change in such a short story. Sorry, I like the idea, but not the execution.
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Review by: Miriam Smith on Feb. 5, 2011 :
Thank you. This hit home in so many ways. Although this is a work of fiction, it rings true for so many men and women. Hopefully they find that one thing worth living for, just like Rose did.
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