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Splinters of Light
by Rachael Herron


Overview - From the acclaimed author of "Pack Up the Moon" comes a poignant and beautiful novel about love, loss, and the unbreakable bonds of family particularly those between mothers, daughters, and sisters.
Ten years ago, Nora Glass started writing essays about being a single mother of a six-year-old daughter.
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Overview
From the acclaimed author of "Pack Up the Moon" comes a poignant and beautiful novel about love, loss, and the unbreakable bonds of family particularly those between mothers, daughters, and sisters.
Ten years ago, Nora Glass started writing essays about being a single mother of a six-year-old daughter. Her weekly column made her a household name, and over the years, her fans have watched Ellie grow from a toddler to a teenager.
But now Nora is facing a problem that can t be overcome. Diagnosed with a devastating disease that will eventually take away who she is, she is scared for herself, but even more frightened about what this will mean for her sixteen-year-old daughter.
Now Nora has no choice but to let go of her hard-won image as a competent, self-assured woman, and turn to the one person who has always relied on her: her twin sister, Mariana. Nora and Mariana couldn t be more different from one another, and they ve always had a complicated relationship. But now the two sisters will have to summon the strength to help them all get through a future none of them could have ever imagined, while uncovering the joy and beauty that was always underneath."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780451468611
  • ISBN-10: 0451468619
  • Publisher: New American Library
  • Publish Date: March 2015
  • Page Count: 464
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP


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