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Girl in the shadows

Girl in the shadows

Andrews, Virginia

Second in her enthralling new 2-part series. April Taylor isn't a little girl any more - but who is she really? The home she once shared with her parents and her older sister Brenda might have been filled with turmoil, but it was the only home she had ever known. Now, with nowhere to go in the wake of losing her mother and father, April has to grow up fast as she embarks on an odyssey of heartbreak and betrayal. It is mere chance that leads her to the secluded home of a kindly elderly woman and her deaf teenage granddaughter, Echo. Here, April finds a refuge from her mixed-up life, and from the confusion that severed her relationship with Brenda, after an encounter with Brenda's girlfriend, Celia. But when a dangerous couple arrives with greedy intentions, April discovers they will take advantage of her very special friendship with Echo to get what they want. Now, April's survival depends on being true to the one person she's never fully accepted: herself

Hardback, Book, Reproduction. English. Modern fiction.
Published London: Simon & Schuster Ltd, 2008
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Virginia Andrews
ISBN: 1847370160, 9781847370167
Note: Hardback.
Biography: With the publication of her first novel, FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC, Virginia Andrews became a bestselling phenomenon. Since then, readers have been captivated by more than forty novels in the Virginia Andrews' series. Her novels have sold over 100 million copies worldwide and been translated into 22 languages.
Physical Description: 416 p. ; 23x15 cm.
Subject: Dependency (Psychology) Fiction.; Female friendship Fiction.