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Soul Catcher by Katia Lief
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Oct 05, 11

Read from August 15 to October 05, 2011

I couldn't really get into this book. Although I did stick with it I had a couple of favorites and it did end beautifully.

I had always liked Junior. He was eight years old and small for his age, with twiggy limbs and a large round head covered with short frizzy black hair. He had the curliest eyelashes, and brown skin as soft as feathers. He was just sitting there, lost in a tattered green armchair........
"Don't you have activities to go to?"
He shook his head. "I don't want to bake no cakes."
"You signed up for Home Ec?"
"Nobody told me we be bakin' cakes. I thought we be goin' home."


Though I had passed many graveyards before, I had never seen, felt beneath the surface before, understood what was buried there. Now I knew: a graveyard was full of love, it was an airtight treasure chest, never to be opened, locklessly shut tight forever.
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