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The View From Who I Was The View From Who I Was

By: Heather Sappenfield
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738741741
English  |  336 pages | 5 x 8 IN
Pub Date: January 2015
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Sometimes the end is just the beginning

At Crystal High's Winter Formal, Oona Antunes splits in two. Her disembodied spirit watches as her body leaves the dance and tries to freeze to death. Three days later, she wakes in the hospital missing fingers and toes, burdened with the realization of what she's done to her mother and father.

When her school counselor invites Oona to join him at a Native American school, she becomes immersed in a foreign world where witches, talking rocks, and minor deities are reality. Oona discovers that if she is to heal, her father must also heal. But are his problems more than they can handle?


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