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"In a small boat,
with a small hope,
in a rising wind,
on a rising sea."
Physician’s assistant Annie Marlow, happy with her life and job in southern California, feels guilty when her mother pleads with her to come home for Thanksgiving.
Jules Davis, a high school senior, loves her two best friends but envies them, too.
After reading this book, you’ll want to tape over the camera eye on all of your devices and go back to paying for things in cash and communicating on paper.
“Connelly himself only gets better with age.”
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