Life: Live. Love. Learn.
As senior year begins for Daniel, he will encounter experiences beyond belief and almost more than he can handle. Young love is always hard and for Daniel it is an experience worth recapping. Throughout the book Daniel will take you from the beginning of his senior year to its tragic end.
Meeting Virginia was the best thing that ever happened to Daniel but it also turned out to be his biggest mistake. As Daniel continues to fight for what he desires most, he will go through the joys and heartbreaks of love and learn that living a life of love is not as easy as perceived. Experiences such as homecoming, prom, and even the occasional online conversation highlight the pain Daniel had to go through to just be accepted by the one he couldn't live without.
Daniel states that love is a funny thing because it takes just a split second to fall in love with someone, but a lifetime to get over them. Venture through Daniel's senior year and learn from his mistakes and begin to live the life you have always wanted to live. It's a book that will capture the heart of young and old and will leave you speechless. This is Daniel's Life.
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