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Synopsis: Eleven-year-old Kian Kit experienced an unusual incident during a blackout at his apartment. The situation became even more puzzling when he received a call from a strange girl on Skype after the power came back. The call ended before he could find out who she was. He thought the call was a prank but later discovered it was a magical phenomenon which connected hi ...more
Published August 8th 2016 by Self-published
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Aug 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
From the initial draft to the final product, this is a good story for teen. It spurs imagination and allows readers to enter a world that's not far from reality. Recommended for high school kids!
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Feb 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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A strange blackout in his Petaling Jaya apartment connects eleven-year-old Kian Kit to nine-year-old Mei Mei from 1946 Malacca. This strange connection opens Kian Kit's eyes to the realities of life after war and how families struggled to survive in 1946. When events threaten to break up Mei Mei's family, Kian Kit tries to help - but what can he do when he's 68 years in the future?

Agnes has written one of the most awwwww-inducing books I've read in a while. It's targetted at kids - a classic MG
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AGNES ONG is a freelance writer who writes for small businesses when she’s not writing fiction. Coping with an unknown nerve condition all her life, she finds solace, escape and revelation through writing. She hopes that her works of fiction will console, excite, delight and inspire others to live beyond their limitations. Her short stories have been published in Love in Penang, an anthology of sh ...more