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A Thousand Shades of Blue by Robin Stevenson
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Nov 04, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: 2009
Read in November, 2009

This book had an interesting location that added a great dimension to the plot. Sixteen-year-old Rachel is conflicted when her family decides to sail around the Bahamas for a year. She doesn't want to be held on a boat with her family, which is basically falling apart. There are problems in her parents' marriage and tensions within the family unit. I liked this book because it was extremely realistic and there was a lot of material packed in. Rachel's voice was accurately depicted and the details about living in the "cruiser community" of the Bahamas were interesting. Nominated for a Governor General's award. :)

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