The Anatomy of Wings

The Anatomy of Wings

Large Print - 2010
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Jennifer Day is ten-years-old, and her elder sister, Beth, has committed suicide. As she tries to piece together the last year of Beth's life, she reflects on her sister's fragility, her slide into bad company, her under-age drinking and under-age sex, Jennifer also begins to understand something of the secret world of teenagers.
Publisher: W. F. Howes,� 2010
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781407456683
Branch Call Number: LT FOXL

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ShanyaSunshiine Jun 21, 2012

It starts out really slow and boring and then the rest is okay.

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GyroScope
Apr 28, 2012

This book was really stange but you have to get that there is no underlying message or pattern. It's just girl gone wild. Once you stop reading for a message or plot (p.s. there is none) then you can just enjoy a book about a girl.

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Pulowi21
Jul 25, 2011

Its a really strange book... there are two or more chapters that just randomly appeared in the middle...
I still don't quite get it...
I stopped in the middle... left it down for a while... and restarted it today.... couldn't finish.... it es too weird.
Only read if you have lots of time to spare...

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