Review: Don’t Panic
Lindsay Paige is back with her newest novel, ‘Don’t Panic’. Samantha who is a high school student, started to experience strange symptoms. She would suffer from trembling hands, cold sweats, & overwhelming nausea that would come over her at any given moment. Samantha’s teachers were less than supportive and her own mother doesn’t believe her symptoms are real. She is challenged as making these things up to avoid school.
During school one day, she suffered a severe attack and ran into the restroom to hide and escape her classmates. She is following by a boy she doesn’t know and his reaching out to her was the first time she felt that someone might understand.
Her new found friend Eli is able to calm Samantha by encouraging her to think about her favorite songs. He seems genuine in his wanting to help her. She feels that everyone else has let her down but he believes her. However, Eli knows more about Sam’s issue than she could ever understand. He also has suffered panic attacks and had sought therapy to help him recover and overcome.
Because he’s more knowledgeable about this topic than she is, she takes his counsel carefully. Panic attacks may have been what brought them together, but will their relationship blossom into something else?
Lindsay Paige has written a fictional romance that can reach and help young people understand that they are not alone. In fact, panic attacks are more common that most people would believe. Young people today face challenges far beyond what we adults had to work through as teens.
This is well written book that fits the target audience perfectly. I received this eBook in order to write my review. No further compensation was provided. All opinions are my own and my be different than yours.
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