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LOOK BOTH WAYS by Carol J. Perry
"Maralee, come here. You won't believe this!"
I hurried from my sparsely furnished bedroom to the kitchen, where Aunt Ibby sat on an unpainted and slightly wobbly wood stool. She pointed to the new TV, which was propped against a carton of books on the granite countertop.
"Look," she said. "It's exactly the same, isn't it?"
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*Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it)
LOOK BOTH WAYS by Carol J. Perry:
(from location 1948 of 3478):
Daphne followed, looking absolutely gorgeous. She wore the mink coat and carried the stole, a large box of chocolates, and an armful of movie magazines. She walked around the blue chair without enthusiasm and gave a pretty shrug. "It's all right."
I am currently reading this book for a tour that starts next Friday, so you're all invited back for the review. There will also be a Rafflecopter giveaway during the tour. The tour is being run by Lori at Escape With Dollycas. Hope to see you there!
So, what do you think? Sounds like Maralee and Daphne come from different worlds, doesn't it?