With her debut, Lonely Journey, Ida Rørholm Davidsen portrays the young Anna’s loneliness and
outsider status – the result is believable, heart-breaking and real.'-The Ping Prize
'Computer games both increase and release loneliness. Ida Rørhom Davidsen makes her debut with a stunning and sensitive YA book about loneliness and friendship offline and online' – Information
In sensitive and playful pencil drawings, (...) (she) portrays the fundamental worries that older children struggle with in a socially demanding multi-player-everyday life.'– 4 hearts in Politiken
In this spell-binding coming-of-age story, a young girl struggles to fit in, subconsciously mimicking her mother's lonely existence. Her interest in the computer game, Lonely Journey, becomes an obsession, but it also becomes a means to reinvent herself. In the virtual reality, she can escape and live out her dreams. Slowly reality and virtuality start to merge.