Circle the Soul Softly by Davida Wills Hurwin

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An elite school. Glamorous students who have fancy cars and mansions for homes (and all the haughty attitude to go with it). This is Katie O'Connor's fabulous new life since her family's recent move to Brentwood –– a perfect opportunity for a fresh start, at least in theory.

The only time she can overlook the hostility of her classmates is when they share the stage for plays. Onstage, directed by her awesome drama teacher, Tess, she has the confidence and talent that she cannot seem to muster in her everyday life. And it doesn't hurt that one of Katie's fellow actors is smart and cute and interested in her. But beneath the glossy surface, there are secrets buried deep, even in Katie's own past.

Nightmares and dark memories continue to plague Katie's consciousness, and in order to deal with the present, she needs to come to terms with the past. If only she could remember it.

 

About Davida Wills Hurwin

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Davida Wills Hurwin is the author of "A Time for Dancing" (an ALA Best Book for Young Adults) and "The Farther You Run". She teaches theater at Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences and lives in Southern California with her husband, Gene, and their daughter, Frazier Malone.
 
Published March 6, 2009 by HarperCollins. 184 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Katie, her brother Michael and her mom have survived the death of her father from cancer, but Katie feels awkward and numb until auditions for the school play.

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