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by Angela Johnson | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0689822901 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Mountainwren of Bethesda, Maryland USA on 6/22/2006
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Journal Entry 1 by Mountainwren from Bethesda, Maryland USA on Thursday, June 22, 2006
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Marley has lived in Heaven since she was two years old, when her mother found a postcard postmarked HEAVEN, OH on a park bench and decided that was where she wanted to raise her family.

And for twelve years, Marley's hometown has lived up to its name. She lives in a house by the river, has loving parents, a funny younger brother, good friends, and receives frequent letters from her mysterious Uncle Jack. Then one day a letter arrives form Alabama, and Marley's life is turned upside down. Marley doesn't even know who she is anymore -- but where can she go for answers, when she's been deceived by the very people she should be able to trust the most?

Journal Entry 2 by Mountainwren at Goodwill, 619 S. Frederick Ave. in Gaithersburg, Maryland USA on Monday, February 12, 2007

Released 15 yrs ago (2/12/2007 UTC) at Goodwill, 619 S. Frederick Ave. in Gaithersburg, Maryland USA



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