Cherry Heaven

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Harper Collins, Feb 5, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 464 pages
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Kat and Tanka J are starting over. The New Frontier is nothing like war-stricken City Five—no battle scars, no memories of their parents. It's a perfect society, where everyone lives in harmony. Or so they say.

There's me, the ghost in the glass, and there's everyone else on the warm side of the windows. If you're really quiet, you'll hear me creeping in the shadows.

Someone else is starting over, too, running on a path perilously close to Kat and Tanka. Can the two girls and their friends uncover the dark secrets of the New Frontier before the unthinkable happens?

The last birthday i ever had, years ago, was the one where I got shot instead of presents. i wasn't killed before and i won't get dead now. run, run as fast as i can, can't catch me 'cause i got a Plan! Don't anyone get in my way.

 

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Review: Cherry Heaven (City Five #2)

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I loved this book - the whole plot is very thought-provoking, after-all we can't help what genes we receive, why should we be punished for it. Luka's POV was quite scattered in comparison to Kataka's but the complimented each other well. An enchanting read. Read full review

Review: Cherry Heaven (City Five #2)

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Sad and somewhat disturbing Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
26
Section 4
44
Section 5
56
Section 6
68
Section 7
78
Section 8
84
Section 19
226
Section 20
236
Section 21
248
Section 22
255
Section 23
275
Section 24
285
Section 25
304
Section 26
311

Section 9
90
Section 10
100
Section 11
110
Section 12
122
Section 13
142
Section 14
151
Section 15
163
Section 16
172
Section 17
200
Section 18
207
Section 27
325
Section 28
332
Section 29
355
Section 30
366
Section 31
378
Section 32
398
Section 33
412
Section 34
433
Section 35
462
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About the author (2008)

L. J. Adlington is the author of The Diary of Pelly D, which was named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. She graduated from Cambridge University, and has lived and worked in Japan and Spain. She now lives in York, England, where she teaches hands-on history lessons for museums, schools, and historical sites.

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