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It is 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A father and his two young girls, Emma and Ella Pamphile, are living their normal everyday lives until one day, Ella goes missing! Emma and her father must search all over Haiti for her. On top of that, there's a disastrous earthquake?! How will the Pamphiles stay together when they are split apart? This is the first book of the Climatic Series, authored by Emma the Storyteller.

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This is a story based on the 2010 earthquake that took place in Haiti. The full names of my characters are purely coincidental and not in any way related to real-life individuals, however they are inspired by myself and my loved ones. Although I am not Haitian, I've done extensive research to make my story seem as realistic as possible. That said, I apologize if I offended anyone. I'll do my best to fix it!

There will be a few main characters in this story! They are all Haitian, born and raised. More will come soon:

-Emma Pamphile, age 17

-Ella Pamphile, age 10

-Father (Jean Pamphile), age 37

This story is set in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital, Léogâne, where the earthquake has the biggest impact, and in between the two places.

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