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288 pages, Hardcover
First published April 29, 2014
”If you’re lonely right now, you have to understand that it’s not half as lonely as you’ll feel for the rest of your life, once you know what I know.”
Her pony kicked her telescope, while his lobster snapped its claws at her tree. The sprites flitted and spun and battled. All at once there was a sound like shattered glass and the man cried out in frustration as his telescope vanished, followed by his coffee mug.
”What was I going to be called if I was a boy?” Hannah asked in the pickup truck during last year’s trip.
“Sylvester Obviously Silver.”
“I’m just kidding,” her mother said. “You were going to be Boris.”