If You Live Like Me by Lori Weber

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Before her plane even touches down in Newfoundland, Cheryl is already plotting her escape. She knows life on this isolated rock will be no better than it was in the other places she's been forced to live, ever since her parents launched a cross-Canada tour so her father could gather material for his book. The unwilling spectator of her father's morbid fascination with dying cultures, Cheryl has seen more than her fair share of small towns so depressing they could haunt your dreams. As events bigger than Cheryl swirl around her, will her refusal to let a new life in cut her off from those who love her? If You Live Like Me explores the bonds that form in strange and unexpected ways and shows how letting go can lead to the strongest connections of all.

Lori Weber, a native of Montreal, Quebec, is the author of several acclaimed titles for young adults, including Klepto, Strange Beauty, Tattoo Heaven and Split in the SideStreets series. Weber teaches in the English department at John Abbott College in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec.

 

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Lori Weber, a native of Montreal, Quebec, is the author of several acclaimed titles for young adults. Her first novel, Klepto(Lorimer & Co., 2004), was selected by the American Library Association for the "Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults" list, and received high praise from School Library Journaland KLIATT. Her other works include the Formac "SideStreets" novels Strange Beauty(2006), Tattoo Heaven(2005), and Split(2005). Weber teaches in the English Department at John Abbott College in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec.
 
Published April 22, 2015 by Wandering Fox. 288 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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High schooler and only child Cheryl has made move after move around Canada with her parents as her anthropologist father researches dying cultures.

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