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Undone - cover

Undone

Brooke Taylor

Publisher: Walker Childrens

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Summary

When Kori Kitzler, the "dark angel" of the eighth grade, tells Serena Moore that they are more alike than she thinks, Serena is instantly intrigued. But after their friendship solidifies and a twist of fate yanks Kori away from Serena, she will need to find a way to complete her best friend's life left undone.
Available since: 04/09/2012.

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