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    Tate Publishing, Paperback, 2008

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Book Description
What does it really mean to be Alive? the sequel to Saving Hollywood. There was one girl who stood above the rest. Contemporary singer Emily Trace seemed destined for greatness. If the Christian subculture admitted to having stars, then Emily would be it. Everything from the message she spoke to the walk she led was perfectbut something was missing. There was one moment that would change her life ... More
Book Information
PublisherTate Publishing
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages300
Publication Date07/22/2008
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About Katherine Adair (Author) : Katherine Adair is a published author of young adult books. Published credits of Katherine Adair include Alive.
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