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The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson
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Sep 19, 08

bookshelves: 2008, trgbc, own, 2013
Read in September, 2008

Back there when this was out and causing the stir however big or small that might have been, I'm sure it crossed the radar here because as anyone can see my radar is hyper-active -- just look at the numbers on my info here -- it's insane! STILL -- it never got picked up, taken home, or read in part or in total until now with Rory and the gang and may I say -- it was a pleasure?

I loved the letters and e-mails and by the backhanded delivery the conversations either in person or via the telephone -- it's there and very present and the story surrounds you as much as it does the protagonist. The oh so human protagonist -- the person of Olivia could be any one of us and the situation could be any one of the many which fall into any of our lives.

Sad but also a testament to the hardiness of the human spirit/soul. I'm so glad I looked for this one and found it!
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