Watersmeet

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Marshall Cavendish, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 341 pages
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Fourteen-year-old Abisina escapes the escalating violence, prejudice, and religious fervor of her home town, Vranille, and sets out with a dwarf, Haret, to seek the father she has never met in a place called Watersmeet.
 

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User Review  - MMWiseheart - LibraryThing

In the village of Vranille, where perfection is a requirement, Abisina is an outcast. When Charach comes to Vranille, Abisina must flee from her village to keep her life. She embarks on a dangerous ... Read full review

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User Review  - heathersblue - LibraryThing

Abisina is an outcast. Her skin is the wrong color, her hair is the wrong color, and people kick, spit, and call her “Demon.” She looks nothing like Vran, the ideal of the village, and babies born ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
14
Section 3
29
Section 4
41
Section 5
59
Section 6
70
Section 7
89
Section 8
112
Section 12
175
Section 13
193
Section 14
208
Section 15
233
Section 16
251
Section 17
269
Section 18
297
Section 19
321

Section 9
126
Section 10
135
Section 11
161
Section 20
339
Section 21
345
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About the author (2009)

Ellen Jensen Abbott thinks that life would be perfect if she could move her home, her job, her friends, and her family to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where she grew up. Until she can convince everyone to join her, she's content to be writing, teaching English, and living with her husband and their two children in West Chester, Pennsylvania. She is the author of Watersmeet and The Centaur's Daughter. Visit her online: www.ellenjensenabbott.com.

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