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Mira Ipswich couldn't have ever known the startling difference that separates her from the rest of humanity. But when she discovers a strange anomaly in the midst of her seclusion, her parents must reveal she exists in a world where everyone is imbued with a wondrous natural gift. Everyone except herself that is. Follow her attempts to fit in with peers and understand her unthinkable condition.

Published: Jason Letts on
ISBN: 9781452482637
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