Translated by Susan Ouriou
Summary: Mirabelle’s art teacher tells her she has talent, but what good is it doing her? Almost fifteen and friendless, Mira is plagued by dark thoughts. Her body seems to be changing daily. Her mother is domineering and half-crazy and her father — well, he’s her ex-father, mostly out of Mira’s life and awkward when he’s around. Then she meets free-spirited, confident Catherine, a knockout who makes the boys’ jaws drop. Now that Mira’s finally found someone she can talk to, her dark thoughts are vanishing. Only after Mira faces a betrayal and a tragedy can she begin to put the fragmented pieces of herself together.
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