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The Kitchen Daughter by Jael McHenry
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Sep 08, 11

bookshelves: family-drama, library-copy
Read from September 06 to 08, 2011

An original story with many layers told in the first person. Ginny's story is upbeat, humorous and poignant all at the same time. The characters are rich and many faceted and their emotions deeply felt. Ginny is a young woman with Asperger's syndrome who realizes, after her parents fatal accient that she possess the power to call forth the ghost of any dead person whose dish she prepares. A family secret must be untangled and her sister must also come to realize that Ginny has "personality".
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