Hi I am looking for an opinion on the synopsis that I have written, please give me your feedback. Priyanka Banga, a twenty six year old Product Manager, is a free spirited, independent girl, who wants to attain her individual freedom away from the constrained borders of the stereotypes that the society has defined for her. She has an early tryst with societal conventions when, at her birth, her grandmother wails loudly because she was hoping for a boy to come into the family but God sends her yet another girl. The incident leaves a vivid impression on her mind and as she comes of age, she embarks on an inward journey to discover her own individuality and embracing it. But when her ideas create a discord even with her family, she faces a choice to either mould herself according to the conventions or break free and define 'her way of leading her life.' Floating between the past and the present, Labyrinth is an ode to freedom of thought and to building a society that fosters individual growth away from preconceived notions and biases. In her early years, she spends a cocooned childhood, brought up in a joint family at her ancestral house in Saharanpur. But this paradise comes crashing down as she goes through sexual harassment incidents, in her childhood and in her teenage years, both times at the hands of her teachers. Depression grips her, she feels hollow as if her insides had been scooped out and goes through life cloaked in nothingness. The emotional scars that the incident leaves behind never heal, leaving her vulnerable. As the storm of guilt, self blame and horrific memories abates, she is disillusioned by the way the society around her perceives women. Priyanka joins a popular engineering college in Banaras. She experiences a cultural shock after she arrives in the city, a constant tussle between her liberal upbringing and the deeply traditional views of the people around her. Her innocence and naivety are mistaken for flirtatiousness but when a precious friendship breaks, she moves away from the world, locks herself in a room and swallows pesticide in an attempt to put out the flickering flame of her individuality forever. After college, she is hired by an MNC in Bangalore. Life becomes a war for survival as her wallet gets stolen and she is cash strapped. At work, she faces gender discrimination from her superior. She befriends loneliness. A year later, she is diagnosed with the polycystic ovarian syndrome which changes her outlook on life. She starts to lead a healthier life with the right diet and exercise. Written in the first person, Labyrinth is a 60000 word story that is divided into five parts and 28 chapters. It echoes the buried voices of many women whose individuality has been suppressed by the patriarchal society. It showcases the poignance in living a life without discovering the voice within. Thanks for all your help in advance. Do let me know even if this looks absolutely hopeless.