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House of Thirteen

Andy Lockwood

Publisher: Andy Lockwood

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Summary

Everything happens for a reason... doesn't it?  
  
Ren never put stock in sappy clichés... at least, not until the day she died.  
  
She's alive - again - but in hiding, adopted by the strangest of foster families: The Delaneys. Now, part of a sisterhood drawn together by the same unknown force that spared her life, she will begin a journey she could never have imagined: leaving her everyday world for one much more bizarre. It will be harder than she imagines, but alongside her newfound sisters, Ren will soon discover that everything does happen for a reason, but sometimes, those reasons are better left unknown.

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