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Sara3112: Journey Through Virtual Madness

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Sara3112: Journey Through Virtual Madness is a true story that truly is stranger than fiction. This unbelievable story of love, longing and madness is told with actual emails and internet chat transcripts. Along with these compelling elements are the author's vivid narrative storytelling, and the full gamut of his thoughts in italics.

The book begins with Bill depressed and lonely, in an abusive marriage. He needs a friend. He has a web site, through which he meets Sara, a woman...

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Overview

Sara3112: Journey Through Virtual Madness is a true story that truly is stranger than fiction. This unbelievable story of love, longing and madness is told with actual emails and internet chat transcripts. Along with these compelling elements are the author's vivid narrative storytelling, and the full gamut of his thoughts in italics.

The book begins with Bill depressed and lonely, in an abusive marriage. He needs a friend. He has a web site, through which he meets Sara, a woman in England, when she emails him. The two begin writing and then chatting via the Internet. Readers will see the couple's relationship develop and watch them fall in love.

Bill divorces his wife and leaves his family for Sara. For the remainder of the year, the couple plans his arrival on 12/31/98, or 31/12.

Bill finally arrives in London, and after spending six weeks together, the couple decide they do indeed want to be together forever. In order for this to happen, Bill and Sara must be married. After the wedding, part of Bill senses that something is very wrong, but part of him doesn't want to believe it.

So which one of them is going mad?

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Bangor Daily News - Kevin Bennett
Former Bangor resident Bill White was a man dying to get out of an abusive marriage. He was a man dying to end his depression and loneliness. Little did he know that after finding love on the Internet and seeing his future getting brighter, that he would still be dying — though for reasons he never anticipated in his pursuit of love.

“Sara3112: Journey Through Virtual Madness” is based on White’s own experience and details the path that turned dark.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781478138389
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/28/2012
  • Pages: 520
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Meet the Author

William White was born in Milford, Connecticut. He served six years in the U.S. Navy as a photographer. Mr. White worked as a radio announcer for several years, then returned to the photographic field. He has worked in and managed photo labs and studios in Florida, Washington
D.C., Connecticut, Massachusetts, London, England and Maine.
Mr. White first married in 1984 and has two children from that marriage. He wrote a children's book for his oldest son.
In 1998 Mr. White embarked upon a long, strange journey that would forever change his life, written about in this book. He has just completed the screenplay adaptation of this book and is currently pitching it in Hollywood.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2012

    This book is like nothing I've ever read before. The story is re

    This book is like nothing I've ever read before. The story is revealed to us in email messages, internet chats and the writer's thoughts. It's supposedly a true story, and it certainly feels like it is. The second half of the book had me on the edge of my seat, and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough.

    It really is different, and when you finish it, you'll say "OMG!"

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