Safe

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Penguin, Oct 4, 2007 - Young Adult Fiction - 176 pages
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Safe. To Tracy, safe means having Mama close by. Years after her mother?s death, Tracy still feels her presence. But the moment Tracy is forced into a car as she is walking home from school one day, safe is ripped away. In the aftermath of an unspeakable crime, thirteen-year-old Tracy must fight her way back to safety and find comfort in her mother?s memory once again.

Susan Shaw returns with a raw and moving story of a young rape victim?s journey toward healing, empowered by poetry and music, family and friends.

 

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User Review  - sareiner - LibraryThing

This was an OK book. Got your attention right away, but then got very slow and in my opinon boring. about a 13 yr old girl who gets kidnaped, raped, beat and left for dead on the side of the road by a ... Read full review

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User Review  - steff_22 - LibraryThing

“Safe” by Susan Shaw is a good book. What caught my attention is the title and the what I read from the back of the book. The book is about a a girl, who is thirteen years old, whose mom past away ... Read full review

Contents

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5
II
12
III
19
IV
29
V
37
VI
48
VII
57
VIII
67
X
95
XI
108
XII
116
XIII
127
XIV
141
XV
153
XVI
157
XVII
165

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About the author (2007)

Susan Shaw works as a music educator and is the author of one previous book for young readers. She lives with her family near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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