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Calling You

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4 out of 5
Based on 286 Ratings and 35 Reviews

Book Description
TOKYOPOP presents Calling You, a unique, beautifully written, and truly unpredictable collection of stories. A girl creates a cell phone in her imagination, from which she can communicate with others... A young boy discovers his new friend has the power to heal others--and learns about true friendship and sacrifice... The healing power of love confronts the tragedy and horror of a deadly train acc... More
Book Information
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages200
Publication Date06/12/2007
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About Otsu-ichi (Author) : Otsu-ichi is a published author of young adult books. Published credits of Otsu-ichi include Calling You (Novel), Calling You (Kimi ni shika Kikoenai).
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