Hannah's Touch

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Orca Book Publishers, Oct 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 136 pages
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When sixteen-year-old Hannah gets stung, she rises out of her body, where she's greeted by her dead boyfriend, Logan, and a loving but unseen presence. She wants to stay with them. They say no. She must go back. There's something she must do. But Hannah can't figure out what it is. Nor can she make sense of the weird things happening around her. Since the sting, she seems to have the ability to heal. Hannah doesn't know what to think. And then she faces another challenge: Logan has a purpose in mind for her new gift. And it's a purpose Hannah can't bear to face.
 

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16 year old Hannah is finding it hard to forgive Tom for the role he played in getting her boyfriend, Logan, killed. When Hannah is stung by a bee for the first time, she suffers a severe anaphylactic ... Read full review

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If you like to believe in miracles or in the healing touch then this book is for you. Hannah, a regular teen girl, comes to grips with her new found 'healing touch' after a near death experience. This ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
13
Chapter Three
24
Chapter Four
35
Chapter Five
46
Chapter Six
59
Chapter Seven
72
Chapter Eight
83
Chapter Nine
95
Chapter Ten
105
Chapter Eleven
117
Chapter Twelve
126
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Laura Langston is the award-winning author of internationally acclaimed books for children and young adults. A former journalist with the CBC, Laura also writes non-fiction for such publications as Canadian Gardening magazine. When she's not writing, reading or walking her Shetland sheepdog, she can be found in the garden or the kitchen. Laura lives with her family and assorted pets in Victoria, British Columbia. Visit www.lauralangston.com for more information.

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