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Sunshine Is Forever

A Novel
Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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After a life-changing event, Hunter decides that he can't go on....

...which lands him in Camp Sunshine, a rehab center for depressed teens. Hunter is determined to keep everyone there out of his head, especially his therapist. But when he meets Corin, a beautiful, mysterious, and confident fellow camper, all Hunter wants to do is open up to her - despite the fact that he's been warned Corin is bad news.

When Corin devises a plan for them to break out of the camp, Hunter is faced with the ultimate choice - will he run from the traumatic incident he's tried so hard to escape, or will he learn that his mistakes have landed him right where he's meant to be?

©2017 Kyle T. Cowan (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Justin
  • NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA, United States
  • 11-24-17

Sunshine could go on forever

An excellent read Find aspiring writer I connected with on Twitter. I highly recommend this audiobook to anyone suffering with Mental illnesses

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Great first novel from Cowan!<br />

Story catches you from the first page and keeps you guessing throughout the story. Cowan's characters keep emotionally involved to the very end. Loved it!

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Our history can’t be re-written

Sunshine is Forever is an adventurous young adult’s novel that takes on teen suicide and depression with brutal honesty. Although the subject matter is dark, there’s a lot of fun to be had as we ride along with Hunter while he navigates his way through a summer at camp suicide.

The main character, Hunter, is sure he’s a lost cause until he meets Corin, a beautiful and confident young woman who inexplicably is interested in him. He starts to believe she might be the answer to the depression that has dogged him since the incident. Maybe they can save each other?

This novel imparts important wisdom on how to deal with life’s many regrets and how to make sure they don’t oppress our present and future. It’s a great book for teens and adults alike.

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Couldn’t put it down

I started this book today and read it all in one sitting! The intriguing hooks keep you guessing throughout the whole novel. This book had me crying and laughing. Great read!

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Honest and well written look at mental illness

Kyle T. Cowan really knows how to hook his readers. He sets the stage and pulls us in gradually, adding enough foreshadowing to keep us reading and adding enough action to attract a wide audience. He draws characters well, uses current lingo appropriately and takes his topic seriously without sacrificing humor. I could have done without so much physicalization of emotions, even though adolescence is a physical minefield. Some of his secondary characters were cliche. I’m grateful for this honest depiction of mental illness and the journey of living with a chronic illness. I recommend this book to all readers; I’m a grandparent and educator and have a son with bi-polar disorder who is finding his way through life with enough sunshine from friends, family, therapists and medication to insure a happy life. Well done, Kyle. I look forward to you next book.