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Book Of Living And Dying Mass Market Paperback – Aug 15 2006
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About the Author
Natale Ghent is an award-winning journalist and the author of No Small Thing, also published in the US and the UK, and The Book of Living and Dying, a novel for young adult readers. No Small Thing has been critically acclaimed in Canada and internationally. Nominated for four Canadian children’s choice awards, including the CLA Book of the Year for Children award and the Silver Birch award (Honour Book), No Small Thing was also chosen as a Junior Library Guild selection in the US and a Borders Original Voice. Born in Brookfield, Illinois, Natale Ghent moved to Canada as a small child. She lives with her family in Toronto.
Top Customer Reviews
There were layers upon layers of detail. There is so much to be learned from this book. The author hooks the reader and yanks you into the storyline, whether you had planned to be interested in this book or not. Sarah is scared out of her mind, not only with grief or from seeing her dead brother's ghost, but because she doesn't know what is happening to her. She doesn't know how to escape the downward spiral of drug use and alchoholism, that she uses to escape from reality and "drown her sorrows" as it is commonly put. I would recommend this book to 13+. (Mature subjects)(Adults, don't put it down as a children's book. It is just so well written that you will most certainly enjoy it.)