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White Crow by Marcus Sedgwick
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Jul 26, 2011

really liked it
Read in June, 2011

Rebecca is a 16-year-old girl who unhappily moves to a small holiday town for the summer with her father. They are both miserable as their lives have been turned upside down when her father, a policeman, is accused of negligence. But then Rebecca meets another 16 year-old-girl, Ferelith, and suddenly her life takes a sinister turn. Who is this eerie and strange girl, and what has she in store for Rebecca?
This is a book that I thoroughly enjoyed reading. I love Marcus Sedgwick’s writing and find it to be full of suspense from the moment you read the first chapter. His chapters are tight and in this book we read about Rebecca, Ferelith’s thoughts and the diary of a preacher who resided in the town in 1798 and how evil things occurred at that time.
Highly recommended for Year 9+ readers. 9/10

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