Praised as a modern and edgier "Lolita" meets "The Catcher in the Rye," award-winning "White Chalk" is the eye-opening realistic look into the minds and actions of adolescents. Far from sugar-coated and rose-colored, this novel captures the raw, dark side of growing up.
Hardened, awkward, and self-deprecating, Chelle Whitney wouldn't know a fairytale if it swooped down and saved her from a burning tower. She has spent her life hurting from the choices she's made, the scars she's created, and the bruises that identify her.
She's one of the unlucky ones whose life is made up of demons that haunt her adolescence and threaten her adulthood.
Chelle grasps desperately at whoever can rescue her from herself and her pain. Reaching for comfort from her best friend, who's outgrown her, and gripping naively to a teacher who takes entirely too much interest in her, she longs for someone who understands her. So when Troy Christiansen walks into her life, Chelle believes he could be the white knight who will finally save her.
But can Chelle find salvation on her own terms, digging herself out of the Hell her life has created? Or will she forever be a victim of her circumstances, never breaking free of the restraints that define her?
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS an intimate glance inside teenage angst and confusion, and one troubled girl's attempt to make sense of life, in this coming-of-age tale by award-winning author P.K. Tyler. [DRM-Free]
Books by P.K. Tyler
- "The Jakkattu Vector" (Jakkattu - 1)
- "Avendui 5ive" (Jakkattu Short - 1)
- "Twin Helix" (Jakkattu Short - 2)
- "Two Moons of Sera"
- "Moon Dust" (A "Two Moons of Sera" Short Story)
- "White Chalk"
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- "Cassia" by Lanette Kauten
- "Yours to Keep or Throw Aside" by E.D. Martin
- "All the Tomorrows" by Millu Nasser
- The "Borderline" Series by Taya DeVere
- "Participant" by Carmen Kemp
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About the Author
P.K. Tyler is the bestselling author of speculative fiction and other genre-bending novels. She is an artist, wife, mother and number cruncher. She graduated Smith College in 1999 with a degree in Theatre.
After graduation, she moved to New York, where she worked as a Dramaturge, Assistant Director and Production Manager on productions both on and off Broadway. When not writing Speculative Fiction she twists her mind by writing horror and literary fiction.
P.K. Tyler also writes under the pen names Pavarti K. Tyler (Erotic Romance) and Kara S Tyler (Children's Books).