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Everton Miles Is Stranger Than Me - The Night Flyer's Handbook - cover

Everton Miles Is Stranger Than Me - The Night Flyer's Handbook

Philippa Dowding

Publisher: Dundurn

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Summary

Sequel to the Red Maple–nominated book The Strange Gift of Gwendolyn Golden, which was open-ended and
begs for a sequel!
YA magic realism/fantasy from acclaimed Canadian author Philippa Dowding
Strong male and female characters
Philippa Dowding studied magic realism in graduate school and the genre has always fascinated her

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