Sensitive

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 232 pages

Sensitive, the sequel to Homefree, follows sixteen-year-old Easter Hutton through her first weeks at the mysterious Fairless Grove Academy. The academy is the headquarters of Homefree, an agency dedicated to helping teens with paranormal abilities learn how to use their gifts. Easter discovers that in addition to her unusual talents for time travel, astral projection, and invisiblity, she is a Sensitive—someone who can communicate with spirits.

Using her paranormal skills, Easter is called upon to settle a two-hundred-year-old misunderstanding while also dealing with her best friend’s mental breakdown, her own forbidden passions, and the whereabouts of her missing mother.

 

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About the author (2007)

An actor turned playwright and novelist, Nina Lanai Wright is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and Florida Writers Association. Her comedy Cherchez Dave Robicheaux has had four productions to date, including an Equity premiere at Ann Arbor's Performance Network. It was also produced at Sonoma County Repertory Theatre, where it won the SCRipts International New Play Competition, and by Cleveland's Feminist Troupe, Red Hen Productions. Most recently, the playwright directed her own script at a theatre in Toledo, Ohio.

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