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Flower child is a coming of age story about an eighteen-year-old girl named Breanna who discovers something unique about herself. She has the ability to communicate with animals and heal them through touch. She also has power over nature where she can make things grow, control things telekinetically, and converse with the trees.

She goes through her life thinkin
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Kindle Edition, 402 pages
Published October 26th 2015
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A.C. Virden, author of the Flower Child saga, has spent most of her adult life as a web developer while daydreaming of life as an author, baker and, on occasion, a torch singer. She lives in Arizona on five acres with her husband, two horses, and feisty cat.
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