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    Stone Bridge Press, Paperback, 2001
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    Stone Bridge Press, Kindle Edition, 2001

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Ash


Book Description

Caitlin Ober is back in Japan, teaching English in Kyushu. Some 15 years ago, as a little girl, Caitlin lived in Kyoto, but a tragic accident drove her and her family back to America. Now guilt obscures her path, just as ashfall from a nearby volcano covers Kagoshima in dust. In a garden Caitlin meets a teenage half-Japanese girl, Naomi, who may be someone Caitlin can save this time around. Tog... More

Book Information
PublisherStone Bridge Press
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages292
ISBN-101880656655
ISBN-13978-1880656655
Publication Date10/01/2001
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About Holly Thompson (Author) : Holly Thompson was raised in New England, earned her B.A. in biology from Mount Holyoke College and earned her M.A. in English with a concentration in creative writing/fiction from New York University... more
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2/25/2011 Holly Thompson said:
Caitlin Ober is back in Japan teaching English in remote Kagoshima, opposite the increasingly active volcano Sakurajima. Beneath ominous clouds of ash, Caitlin travels her school rounds with waning enthusiasm. After hours she swims intently, hangs with a group of windsurfers, and attempts to keep he... more

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