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The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Reyna Grande
The Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date2013-03-12
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 325
ISBN 9781451661781
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Traces the author's experiences as an illegal child immigrant, describing her father's violent alcoholism, her efforts to obtain a higher education, and the inspiration of Latina authors.


The Book Een tweede kans
The Author Alafair Burke
The Publisher Karakter
Release Date2018-07-12
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789401609494
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Met Laurie Morans televisiecarrière gaat het goed: haar show is een hit. Maar haar break-up met collega Alex Buckley heeft ervoor gezorgd dat ze nu met Ryan Nichols moet samenwerken, en die kan ze niet uitstaan. Dan stelt Ryan een nieuwe zaak voor: drie jaar geleden werd Virginia Wakeling, een van de meest vrijgevige donateurs van het museum, dood in de sneeuw gevonden. Ze is van het museumdak geduwd tijdens het Met Gala. Al gauw komt Laurie erachter dat er een heleboel verdachten zijn, die zich ook in Virginia’s inner circle bevonden. Wanneer de tv-crew zich in de geheimen van de schatrijke familie mengt, komen een aantal getuigen in levensgevaar...


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Kasie West
The Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date2013-07-02
Genre Young Adult Fiction
Pages 320
ISBN 9780062235664
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Money can't buy a good first impression. Seventeen-year-old Caymen Meyers learned early that the rich are not to be trusted. And after years of studying them from behind the cash register of her mom's porcelain-doll shop, she has seen nothing to prove otherwise. Enter Xander Spence—he's tall, handsome, and oozing rich. Despite his charming ways and the fact that he seems to be one of the first people who actually gets her, she's smart enough to know his interest won't last. Because if there's one thing she's learned from her mother's warnings, it's that the rich have a short attention span. But just when Xander's loyalty and attentiveness are about to convince Caymen that being rich isn't a character flaw, she finds out that money is a much bigger part of their relationship than she'd ever realized. With so many obstacles standing in their way, can she close the distance between them?


The Book Voorbij de liefde
The Author Maggie O'Farrell
The Publisher Ambo|Anthos
Release Date2012-04-13
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789047202974
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Op een ochtend stapt Alice Raikes in Londen op de trein naar Edinburgh, waar haar zussen haar opwachten op het station. Diezelfde avond ligt ze in coma in een ziekenhuis in Londen na een ongeluk dat misschien geen ongeluk was. Terwijl Alice balanceert op de grens tussen leven en dood, verzamelt haar familie zich om haar bed. Ze wachten en halen herinneringen op, waardoor oude spanningen komen bovendrijven. Langzaam komen ook Alices eigen herinneringen weer terug: aan haar jeugd en aan haar grote, voorgoed verloren liefde. Voorbij de liefde vertelt het prachtige verhaal van een liefde die niet was voorbestemd, van de relatie tussen verschillende generaties, moeders en dochters, vaders en zonen en van verlies en geluk.


The Book De kleur van water
The Author James McBride
The Publisher
Release Date2001
Genre
Pages 243
ISBN 9057135442
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Het leven van een jonge joodse vrouw die haar familie de rug toekeert en trouwt met een zwarte baptistendominee, verteld door een van haar twaalf kinderen.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Fatıj Derim
The Publisher
Release Date2011-12-31
Genre
Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Reyna Grande vividly brings to life her tumultuous early years in this “compelling . . . unvarnished, resonant” (BookPage) story of a childhood spent torn between two parents and two countries. As her parents make the dangerous trek across the Mexican border to “El Otro Lado” (The Other Side) in pursuit of the American dream, Reyna and her siblings are forced into the already overburdened household of their stern grandmother. When their mother at last returns, Reyna prepares for her own journey to “El Otro Lado” to live with the man who has haunted her imagination for years, her long-absent father. Funny, heartbreaking, and lyrical, The Distance Between Us poignantly captures the confusion and contradictions of childhood, reminding us that the joys and sorrows we experience are imprinted on the heart forever, calling out to us of those places we first called home. Review “In this poignant memoir about her childhood in Mexico, Reyna Grande skillfully depicts another side of the immigrant experience—the hardships and heartbreaks of the children who are left behind. Through her brutally honest firsthand account of growing up in Mexico without her parents, Grande sheds light on the often overlooked consequence of immigration—the disintegration of a family.” —Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize winner, and author of Enrique's Journey Award-winning novelist (Across a Hundred Mountains) Grande captivates and inspires in her memoir. Raised in Mexico in brutal poverty during the 1980s, four-year-old Grande and her two siblings lived with their cruel grandmother after both parents departed for the U.S. in search of work. Grande deftly evokes the searing sense of heartache and confusion created by their parents’ departure. Eight years later her father returned and reluctantly agreed to take his children to the States. Yet life on the other side of the border was not what Grande imagined: her father’s new girlfriend’s indifference to the three children becomes more than apparent. Though Grande’s father continually stressed the importance of his children obtaining an education, his drinking resulted in violence, abuse, and family chaos. Surrounded by family turmoil, Grande discovered a love of writing and found solace in library books, and she eventually graduated from high school and went on to become the first person in her family to graduate from college. Tracing the complex and tattered relationships binding the family together, especially the bond she shared with her older sister, the author intimately probes her family’s history for clues to its disintegration. Recounting her story without self-pity, she gracefully chronicles the painful results of a family shattered by repeated separations and traumas (Aug.) (Publishers Weekly: Starred Review) “A brutally honest book…akin to being the “Angela’s Ashes” of the modern Mexican immigrant experience.” (LA Times) “Reyna Grande is a fierce, smart, shimmering light of a writer with an important story to tell.” (Cheryl Strayed Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail) “I’ve been waiting for this book for decades. The American story of the new millennium is the story of the Latino immigrant, yet how often has the story been told by the immigrant herself? What makes Grande’s beautiful memoir all the more extraordinary is that, through this hero’s journey, she speaks for millions of immigrants whose voices have gone unheard.” (Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street) “The sadness at the heart of Grande’s story is unrelenting; this is the opposite of a light summer read. But that’s OK, because . . . this book should have a long shelf life.” (Slate) “A timely and a vivid example of how poverty and immigration can destroy a family.” (The Daily Beast) “Grande consistently displays a fierce willingness to ask tough questions, accept startling answers, and candidly render emotional and physical violence.” (Kirkus Reviews) “The poignant yet triumphant tale Grande tells of her childhood and eventual illegal immigration puts a face on issues that stir vehement debate.” (Booklist) “Powerful, harrowing.” (San Antonio Express News) About the Author Reyna Grande is the author of two award-winning novels. Across a Hundred Mountains received an American Book Award, and Dancing with Butterflies was the recipient of an International Latino Book Award. She lives in Los Angeles.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Bart Yates
The Publisher Kensington Books
Release Date2008-09-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 304
ISBN 0758235593
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Maggie O'Farrell
The Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date2009-11-12
Genre Fiction
Pages 230
ISBN 9780755372256
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Gripping, insightful and deft, THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US by Maggie O'Farrell is a haunting story of the way our families shape our lives, from the award-winning author of THIS MUST BE THE PLACE. It was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller and won the Somerset Maugham Award. On a cold February afternoon, Stella catches sight of a man she hasn't seen for many years, but instantly recognises. Or thinks she does. At the same moment on the other side of the globe, in the middle of a crowd of Chinese New Year revellers, Jake realises that things are becoming dangerous. They know nothing of one another's existence, but both Stella and Jake flee their lives: Jake in search of a place so remote it doesn't appear on any map, and Stella for a destination in Scotland, the significance of which only her sister, Nina, will understand.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Kiera Marks
The Publisher
Release Date2018-08-11
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: She says our kiss was an accident. She swears it didn’t mean anything. If that’s true, why is she holding my hand? More importantly, why am I still okay with it? Stuck in the friend zone, Madison’s used to Lacey keeping her at arm’s length, but as the summer draws to a close, Madison struggles with the kiss her best friend’s determined to forget. Of course, Lacey dragging her into a lingerie shop and holding her hand doesn’t help. If anything, Lacey’s unusual behavior ever since that night at the lake house confuses things even more. Madison promised to keep their kiss to herself. She promised to never bring it up again. But the funny thing about trying to hold back the truth is that it always has a way of coming out. Of course, having a romantic outburst for your best friend right before she goes off to college probably isn’t the best idea. Especially not when that friend’s moving halfway across the state to pursue their dream. The Distance Between Us is a new adult lesbian romance with a HEA and no cliffhangers. Keywords: lesbian romance, friends to lovers lesbian romance, first time romance, ff lesbian romance, gay for you, straight to gay, new adult lesbian romance


The Book Library Kiss
The Author Kasie West
The Publisher WPG Kindermedia
Release Date2017-11-16
Genre Young Adult Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789025874353
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Ik rende de hele bibliotheek door, op zoek naar een andere uitweg. Zes deuren leidden naar buiten, maar zaten stuk voor stuk op slot. Daar zat ik dan – met de kou die onder mijn huid kroop – gevangen in een grote, lege bibliotheek. Autumn raakt per ongeluk ingesloten in een bibliotheek. Ze verwacht dat haar vriendinnen of haar bijna-vriendje haar wel komen redden. Als dat niet gebeurt, dringt de realiteit zich op: hoe moet ze een lang weekend overleven in de bibliotheek? Dan blijkt dat ze niet alleen is: Dax, een jongen van school, heeft zich bewust laten insluiten in het gebouw...


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Georgie Capron
The Publisher Head of Zeus Ltd
Release Date2018-07-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 336
ISBN 9781786693365
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Happy children, happy husband, happily ever after? Tasha knows that she should count her blessings: married for eleven years, mother to three healthy children, she should be content with her lot. However, feelings of frustration have settled over her like a dark cloud. Despite living under the same roof and sharing the same bed, Tasha has never felt so distant from her husband, Charlie. She feels worn down by the mental load of motherhood, drowning in the never-ending chores that keep the family and household afloat. Most of all she worries that her once happy marriage is slipping away from her. Tasha longs for something to change, but when change comes calling will it really be the answer she was hoping for? And is it possible to fall in love with the same person twice? A modern day love story about family, marriage and risking it all to have it all.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Ahban Azer
The Publisher
Release Date2004-12-15
Genre
Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Reyna Grande vividly brings to life her tumultuous early years in this “compelling . . . unvarnished, resonant” (BookPage) story of a childhood spent torn between two parents and two countries. As her parents make the dangerous trek across the Mexican border to “El Otro Lado” (The Other Side) in pursuit of the American dream, Reyna and her siblings are forced into the already overburdened household of their stern grandmother. When their mother at last returns, Reyna prepares for her own journey to “El Otro Lado” to live with the man who has haunted her imagination for years, her long-absent father. Funny, heartbreaking, and lyrical, The Distance Between Us poignantly captures the confusion and contradictions of childhood, reminding us that the joys and sorrows we experience are imprinted on the heart forever, calling out to us of those places we first called home. Review “In this poignant memoir about her childhood in Mexico, Reyna Grande skillfully depicts another side of the immigrant experience—the hardships and heartbreaks of the children who are left behind. Through her brutally honest firsthand account of growing up in Mexico without her parents, Grande sheds light on the often overlooked consequence of immigration—the disintegration of a family.” —Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize winner, and author of Enrique's Journey Award-winning novelist (Across a Hundred Mountains) Grande captivates and inspires in her memoir. Raised in Mexico in brutal poverty during the 1980s, four-year-old Grande and her two siblings lived with their cruel grandmother after both parents departed for the U.S. in search of work. Grande deftly evokes the searing sense of heartache and confusion created by their parents’ departure. Eight years later her father returned and reluctantly agreed to take his children to the States. Yet life on the other side of the border was not what Grande imagined: her father’s new girlfriend’s indifference to the three children becomes more than apparent. Though Grande’s father continually stressed the importance of his children obtaining an education, his drinking resulted in violence, abuse, and family chaos. Surrounded by family turmoil, Grande discovered a love of writing and found solace in library books, and she eventually graduated from high school and went on to become the first person in her family to graduate from college. Tracing the complex and tattered relationships binding the family together, especially the bond she shared with her older sister, the author intimately probes her family’s history for clues to its disintegration. Recounting her story without self-pity, she gracefully chronicles the painful results of a family shattered by repeated separations and traumas (Aug.) (Publishers Weekly: Starred Review) “A brutally honest book…akin to being the “Angela’s Ashes” of the modern Mexican immigrant experience.” (LA Times) “Reyna Grande is a fierce, smart, shimmering light of a writer with an important story to tell.” (Cheryl Strayed Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail) “I’ve been waiting for this book for decades. The American story of the new millennium is the story of the Latino immigrant, yet how often has the story been told by the immigrant herself? What makes Grande’s beautiful memoir all the more extraordinary is that, through this hero’s journey, she speaks for millions of immigrants whose voices have gone unheard.” (Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street) “The sadness at the heart of Grande’s story is unrelenting; this is the opposite of a light summer read. But that’s OK, because . . . this book should have a long shelf life.” (Slate) “A timely and a vivid example of how poverty and immigration can destroy a family.” (The Daily Beast) “Grande consistently displays a fierce willingness to ask tough questions, accept startling answers, and candidly render emotional and physical violence.” (Kirkus Reviews) “The poignant yet triumphant tale Grande tells of her childhood and eventual illegal immigration puts a face on issues that stir vehement debate.” (Booklist) “Powerful, harrowing.” (San Antonio Express News) About the Author Reyna Grande is the author of two award-winning novels. Across a Hundred Mountains received an American Book Award, and Dancing with Butterflies was the recipient of an International Latino Book Award. She lives in Los Angeles.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Hanzo Adem
The Publisher fsada
Release Date2011-12-31
Genre
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ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Reyna Grande vividly brings to life her tumultuous early years in this “compelling . . . unvarnished, resonant” (BookPage) story of a childhood spent torn between two parents and two countries. As her parents make the dangerous trek across the Mexican border to “El Otro Lado” (The Other Side) in pursuit of the American dream, Reyna and her siblings are forced into the already overburdened household of their stern grandmother. When their mother at last returns, Reyna prepares for her own journey to “El Otro Lado” to live with the man who has haunted her imagination for years, her long-absent father. Funny, heartbreaking, and lyrical, The Distance Between Us poignantly captures the confusion and contradictions of childhood, reminding us that the joys and sorrows we experience are imprinted on the heart forever, calling out to us of those places we first called home. Review “In this poignant memoir about her childhood in Mexico, Reyna Grande skillfully depicts another side of the immigrant experience—the hardships and heartbreaks of the children who are left behind. Through her brutally honest firsthand account of growing up in Mexico without her parents, Grande sheds light on the often overlooked consequence of immigration—the disintegration of a family.” —Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize winner, and author of Enrique's Journey Award-winning novelist (Across a Hundred Mountains) Grande captivates and inspires in her memoir. Raised in Mexico in brutal poverty during the 1980s, four-year-old Grande and her two siblings lived with their cruel grandmother after both parents departed for the U.S. in search of work. Grande deftly evokes the searing sense of heartache and confusion created by their parents’ departure. Eight years later her father returned and reluctantly agreed to take his children to the States. Yet life on the other side of the border was not what Grande imagined: her father’s new girlfriend’s indifference to the three children becomes more than apparent. Though Grande’s father continually stressed the importance of his children obtaining an education, his drinking resulted in violence, abuse, and family chaos. Surrounded by family turmoil, Grande discovered a love of writing and found solace in library books, and she eventually graduated from high school and went on to become the first person in her family to graduate from college. Tracing the complex and tattered relationships binding the family together, especially the bond she shared with her older sister, the author intimately probes her family’s history for clues to its disintegration. Recounting her story without self-pity, she gracefully chronicles the painful results of a family shattered by repeated separations and traumas (Aug.) (Publishers Weekly: Starred Review) “A brutally honest book…akin to being the “Angela’s Ashes” of the modern Mexican immigrant experience.” (LA Times) “Reyna Grande is a fierce, smart, shimmering light of a writer with an important story to tell.” (Cheryl Strayed Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail) “I’ve been waiting for this book for decades. The American story of the new millennium is the story of the Latino immigrant, yet how often has the story been told by the immigrant herself? What makes Grande’s beautiful memoir all the more extraordinary is that, through this hero’s journey, she speaks for millions of immigrants whose voices have gone unheard.” (Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street) “The sadness at the heart of Grande’s story is unrelenting; this is the opposite of a light summer read. But that’s OK, because . . . this book should have a long shelf life.” (Slate) “A timely and a vivid example of how poverty and immigration can destroy a family.” (The Daily Beast) “Grande consistently displays a fierce willingness to ask tough questions, accept startling answers, and candidly render emotional and physical violence.” (Kirkus Reviews) “The poignant yet triumphant tale Grande tells of her childhood and eventual illegal immigration puts a face on issues that stir vehement debate.” (Booklist) “Powerful, harrowing.” (San Antonio Express News) About the Author Reyna Grande is the author of two award-winning novels. Across a Hundred Mountains received an American Book Award, and Dancing with Butterflies was the recipient of an International Latino Book Award. She lives in Los Angeles.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Renato Cisneros
The Publisher Charco Press
Release Date2018-08
Genre
Pages 355
ISBN 9781999859367
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: If I succeed in understanding who he was before I was born, perhaps I will be able to understand who I am now that he is dead… In this sprawling family saga stretching across Latin America, a son embarks on a journey to understand his complex relationship with his father and how it shaped the man he is today. Recalling Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude and Isabel Allende’s House of the Spirits, the renowned journalist and writer Renato Cisneros probes deep into his own family history to try and come to terms with his father, General Luis Federico ‘The Gaucho’ Cisneros, a leading, controversial figure in the oppressive military regime that held power in Peru during the 1970s and 1980s, a tortuous period marked by state-sanctioned terrorism and the rise of the Shining Path. Selling over 35,000 copies in Peru alone, The Distance Between Us is at once excruciating in its honesty and deeply moving in its universal relevance. Winner of the Prix Transfuge du Meilleur Roman de Littérature Hispanique 2017, finalist for the Vargas Llosa Biannual Award and longlisted for the Prix Médicis Étranger 2017, it is now available in English for the first time.


The Book Wild
The Author Cheryl Strayed
The Publisher Luitingh Sijthoff
Release Date2012-09-05
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages
ISBN 9789021803555
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: De nummer 1-bestseller uit Amerika Een krachtig memoir dat recht uit het hart komt: het verhaal van een jonge vrouw die op het dieptepunt van haar leven een 1700 kilometer lange solo-hike maakt. De tocht is slopend, zowel emotioneel als fysiek, maar maakt haar uiteindelijk sterker dan ooit. `Spectaculair en aangrijpend een adembenemend verhaal. The New York Times `Geweldig, oprecht en meeslepend. Marie Claire `Ik hou van dit boek. Ik wil het van de daken schreeuwen en over het web roepen. Ik hou zoveel van dit boek dat ik niets liever wil dan er zo veel mogelijk over praten. Oprah Winfrey over haar keuze voor Wild in Oprahs Book Club 2.0 Op haar zesentwintigste bevindt Cheryl Strayed zich in een diep dal: haar moeder is overleden en ze ligt in scheiding. Ze neemt haar meest impulsieve beslissing ooit en begint aan een voettocht van 1700 kilometer langs de Pacific Crest Trail in het westen van Amerika. Helemaal alleen, zonder ervaring en met een veel te zware rugzak. Drie maanden lang doorstaat ze intense hitte en meters sneeuw, wordt ze geconfronteerd met beren en ratelslangen, en ervaart ze de schoonheid, maar ook de verschrikkelijke eenzaamheid van de tocht. Met spanning, warmte en humor en in een meeslepende en sprankelende stijl vertelt Cheryl Strayed haar verhaal. Wild is het levendige verslag van de intense angst maar ook het enorme plezier die ze beleefde tijdens de reis die haar leven voorgoed zou veranderen.


The Book Vrouw of vos
The Author David Garnett
The Publisher Uitgeverij Cossee
Release Date2018-03-08
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789059367944
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: De pasgetrouwde Richard en Silvia Tebrick maken een wandeling rond hun landgoed om de jacht te zien. Wanneer de jachthonden voorbij zijn en Richard omkijkt naar zijn vrouw, ziet hij haar niet meer: waar Silvia stond, staat nu een kleine, felrode vos die hem geschrokken aankijkt. Wat kan Richard anders doen dan zijn vrouw mee naar huis dragen, verstopt in zijn mantel zodat niemand haar gruwelijke transformatie ziet? Hij stuurt het personeel weg en schiet zijn honden achter in de tuin dood. Want deze vos is zijn vrouw, en hij zal haar beschermen tegen elk gevaar. Hij houdt van haar, hoe ze er ook uitziet. En toch begint hij te twijfelen. Hoeveel van zijn vrouw is er eigenlijk nog over, nu ze iets te gretig achter de eenden aan begint te rennen, nu haar tafelmanieren zienderogen achteruitgaan en ze niet langer naast hem, maar aan het voeteneinde of zelfs onder het bed slaapt? Hoe kan hij zijn liefde nog uiten, nu zij zelfs tunnels in de tuin graaft om aan hem te ontsnappen? Wat houdt zijn gezworen eed van echtelijke trouw nog in, wanneer zij hem trots haar nestje vossenjongen toont? David Garnett verblufte de wereld in 1922 met dit fabelachtige debuut, waarin humor en tragiek op meesterlijke wijze verenigd zijn. Na publicatie van 'Vrouw of vos' werd Garnett een sensatie, hij bevond zich sindsdien in het middelpunt van het Londense literaire leven.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Charles Gillispie
The Publisher
Release Date1999
Genre
Pages 35
ISBN OCLC:878858288
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book De onzichtbare berg
The Author Carolina de Robertis
The Publisher Cargo
Release Date2012-01-30
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789023442295
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Een meeslepende en warmbloedige roman over drie generaties vrouwen, op zoek naar liefde en authenticiteit. Op nieuwjaarsdag 1901 komen de bewoners van een klein dorp in Uruguay bijeen om een wonder te aanschouwen, de terugkeer van de verdwenen baby Pajarita. Als jonge vrouw trouwt Pajarita met een Italiaanse immigrant en samen stichten ze een gezin in Montevideo, een bruisende stad vol ongekende mogelijkheden. Het is de stad waar dochter Eva haar dromen najaagt in tango, literatuur en poëzie, en de stad waar kleindochter Salomé haar leven riskeert voor de extreem linkse bevrijdingsbeweging Tupamaros. Net als haar moeder en grootmoeder voor haar maakt Salomé haar eigen keuzes, keuzes waarvoor ze offers moet brengen die de generaties na haar blijvend zullen beïnvloeden.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Kyla-Maree Simcoke
The Publisher
Release Date2018
Genre First loves
Pages 178
ISBN 0692059385
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: "Olivia thinks tragedy and murder are behind her, but after sixteen years on the other side of the world, they're catching up. Now someone else's life is on the line, and Olivia can't stay quiet any longer. She's going to turn her world upside down looking for answers, but who will she lose before she knows enough, and how much loss will be too much?"--P. [4] of cover.


The Book The Distance Between Us
The Author Christopher Capozziello
The Publisher
Release Date2011
Genre Cerebral palsied
Pages
ISBN OCLC:768368510
Language English, Spanish, And French