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Gods’ Food

(Indigo Diaries #1)

4.88  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Mystical Occurrences in a Village near the Lake...

From the outside, Emily’s childhood in a marvelous village by the lake seemed like a fairy-tale. Adventures with her cousins and friends, wonders of nature, and the shore… each day brought another mystery, and she perceived the ways of the world as only a child can.

But as Emma grows, she becomes aware of something bizarre.
ebook, 454 pages
Published March 27th 2017 by S. Sanders (first published March 23rd 2017)
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Sahara Sanders
Jul 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Apr 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is a moving story about a girl that is being neglected and physically abused by her parents when growing up as a child. She is remains optimistic and hopeful helped by meeting some other people and through nature. Nature plays a very important role in Emma's story.

This books needs some serious proof-reading. There are typos, syntax mistakes and grammatical errors galore. A shame really. In the beginning I was irritated by these errors but in the end it didn't distract me from this profound
Darius Murretti
Aug 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is a very pure clean work . The writing is very very beautiful . Loveable characters I get a really good feeling when i read this. This book has a lot of atmosphere . When I read her books I'm there in the scene .Its dreamy This is not a kids book but I'm Transported back to my childhood on a saturday nature adventure .Age 15+ Its got a deep message that adults can only fathom . I have the kindle version and dont have alot of time to sit and read but I'm on a farm and have to keep moving

Ravi Jet
Jul 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow Really a great book lot's of useful info present in this book
I just need to confirm that is this the official website of this book
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Sahara Sanders is a modern writer of several genres.

She is originally from Europe, perceiving herself as a citizen of the world.

You will find insightful psychological analyses, informational advice, travel guides, novels, poems—reading material for adults and teens—among her numerous books.

Sahara speaks five l

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Washing the dew from mulberries away?

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