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Delacorte Press, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 197 pages
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Ben Delaney has a steadfast belief: Someday he will fly. He’ll sprout wings and really begin his life. But in all of his 17 years, there’s been no sign of any wings. Ben blames Gravity, his sworn enemy, for keeping him down. Yet if there’s one thing Ben isn’t, it’s a ground-dweller. He can feel his wings wanting out, just biding their time. But when will they be ready to emerge? And when will his older brother, parents, and friends accept his inevitable destiny? For flying is what Ben was born to do . . . and no one can persuade him otherwise.

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Ben wants to fly. He not only believes he should have been born with wings, but he despises any mechanical alternative and impatiently struggles to find his feathery appendages. Ian, his ground ... Read full review

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