A Gathering Light

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A&C Black, 2004 - Bildungsromans - 389 pages
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When mattie Gokey is given a bundle of letters to burn she fully intends to execute the wishes of the giver, Grace Brown. When Grace Brown is found drowned the next day in Big Moose Lake, Mattie finds that it is not as easy to burn those letters as she had thought. And, as she reads, a riveting story emerges - not only Grace Brown's story but also Mattie's hopes and ambitions for the future and her relationships with her friends and family.
 

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Contents

Section 1
26
Section 2
40
Section 3
48
Section 4
58
Section 5
68
Section 6
79
Section 7
84
Section 8
98
Section 23
222
Section 24
234
Section 25
257
Section 26
262
Section 27
276
Section 28
296
Section 29
300
Section 30
302

Section 9
101
Section 10
104
Section 11
115
Section 12
121
Section 13
134
Section 14
160
Section 15
169
Section 16
174
Section 17
185
Section 18
193
Section 19
201
Section 20
206
Section 21
212
Section 22
218
Section 31
314
Section 32
328
Section 33
337
Section 34
338
Section 35
349
Section 36
354
Section 37
359
Section 38
363
Section 39
373
Section 40
381
Section 41
385
Section 42
387
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About the author (2004)

Jennifer Donnelly was born in Port Chester, New York in 1963. She majored in English literature and European history at the University of Rochester. Her books for adults include The Tea Rose, The Winter Rose, and The Wild Rose. She is also the author of a picture book for children entitled Humble Pie and several young adult novels including Revolution and These Shallow Graves. A Northern Light was awarded Britain's Carnegie Medal, the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Fiction, and a Michael L. Printz Honor.

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