I found that reading this book straight through was beginning to become pretty daunting. So When I was about a fifth of the way through. I decided to open the book open and read whatever page I landed on. Oddly enough, the first line I read, in the middle of the entry is what stuck with me for the entire book after that. "It feels like a crime to be lonely." This came from page 40. It really just brings the reader into a world of heartache. You think back to a time when you were lonely, and you had no one to be with or to talk to. "Early morning calls are for crises." If you have an out, if you have a way to cure the loneliness, maybe you have to wait. You are a prisoner, you can't call someone at 3 AM just because you needed to talk to another human being. You are locked up in an empty room with no one to save you, and I think that's what she means but its a crime to be lonely. Its just like a jail cell, you don't want to be there, but there is nothing you can do about except wait until you get released.
-- Mike Davies