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Fiona's life changed forever when her mother died in a South Pacific sailing accident. One year later, everyone tells her it is time to move on. To Fiona, moving on means leaving her mother behind-something she has vowed never to do. But Fiona's father has started dating again. His new girlfriend, Kathy, is a professional psychic who claims she can predict the future and c ...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Orca Book Publishers
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An easy read so far. Will it be fulfilling, though? That's the question.

'Dead mother' story. It's okay.
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This book was okay; I found it kind of boring and the title in my opinion was misleading. It took me A few weeks to read, at most I usually finish a book in a week but this one took me a little too long. It was interesting at times but it was mostly mediocre or "tedium" to me, but just because I don't like it doesn't mean that you won't, so if you want give it a try!
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Mar 23, 2012 Ashley rated it it was amazing
This book if great for an break. The language is simple, and the book is not hard to understand. This is a great book and I would recommend it
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Robin Stevenson is an award winning Canadian author of 18 novels for teens and children. Her first non-fiction book, PRIDE: CELEBRATING DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY, will be published in the spring of 2016. Robin lives on the west coast of Canada, with her partner and son. When she isn't writing, she edits books and teaches creative writing classes and workshops.
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