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“Sometimes our dreams come true in unexpected ways. Kavi wants to make a better life for herself and her mother, and to leave her stepfather behind. When her mother sends her to this ‘better life’ on her own, Kavi decides to reinvent herself with drastic consequences.”—Kathy Burnette, Brain Lair Books, South Bend, IN
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