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Cherry blossoms in winter

By Chloe Howell Godden All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Fantasy

Blurb

When a child is born, a person dies. I was born colour blind and I felt so alone. No one would talk to me and it was depressing. But one day, someone walked into my life.......

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Alexis.

17.

College student.

Planning to go to university.

One problem, I was colour blind from a illness that happened when I was 5. I was sent to a special school but I managed to pull through my school years and got into a good college. I didn’t have a friends so I spent most of my time alone and got a degree in robotics and art.

I got a place with an technology university and it was exciting.

How will I act? Being on my own for the first time?

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Anime Addict: Honestly as soon as I read the first chapter for this book I knew I would love it because of how much I related to the main character(girl). Even though it's a supernatural book I still felt like some of the things she talked about especially regarding how she changed her looks to be normal and h...

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Layla: Loved it I also hope it continues

Sunset_reader: While being a cliche, this story was well written and completely developed and thought out. The characters are humorous, and while needing a little more developing in the plot, I thought this story was a masterpiece!

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