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Transfer: Flow short
Clare Littlemore
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Transfer: Flow short

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This short takes place in the middle of Flow and talks about the transfer of some to their new sector. Best to read after Flow.
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Nancy (The Avid Reader)
Transfer is told from Harper’s point of view and gives us insight into the day Harper was transferred into another section of The Beck. Harper missed her friends Quinn and Cass but realized that making new friends in her new home was not going to be too difficult. The Girls in this section all looked out for each other too.

Transfer gave me a look into a section of the Beck that I didn’t have when reading the other books in the Flow Series like Flow book one or Break book two or Drift book three
Candy Robosky
Jan 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Very short and quick read but with wonderful lessons in it. No matter how bad it gets try to focus on a positive to help you through the bad times. You are never completely alone. Can't say much more without spoiling it. Free copy but voluntarily leaving honest review.
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Feb 05, 2020
Clare Littlemore
Feb 12, 2020 marked it as to-read  ·  (Review from the author)
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Clare Littlemore is a young adult dystopian and sci-fi author who thrives on fictionally destroying the world in as many ways as she possibly can.

She was born in Durham, in the UK. Her parents were both teachers, and she grew up in a world surrounded by books. She has worked for most of her life as a teacher of English at various high schools in England, where she has shared her passion for books