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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A wonderfully imaginative, startlingly moving and at times wickedly funny fantasy. In her first work for middle-grade readers, the versatile Oliver (Before I Fall, 2010, and Delirium, 2011) deftly creates two worlds that run parallel, "like two mirrors sitting face-to-face." On the "Living Side," the sun hasn't come out in 1,728 days, and Liesl (about 11) has been locked in a small attic bedroom ... Read full review

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User Review  - adriennelaine - LibraryThing

This is a fantasy/science fiction chapter book about a young girl and her encounters with some friendly ghosts and a fellow orphan boy who help her put her deceased father to rest despite evil forces standing in their way. Read full review

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