In Sarah's Shadow by Karen McCombie

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Sisters – one of the closest relationships in the world? Megan and Sarah wouldn’t agree…

MEGAN'S STORY: Megan is constantly in her big sister's shadow. Prettier, smarter, funnier, Sarah has it all; the adoration of their parents, a great group of friends, talent, and – of course – Conor. Megan struggles to retain her identity as she tries to turn the tables on her lucky, gifted sibling. But is the pecking order ever going to change?
SARAH'S STORY: Now we see the sisterly relationship from Sarah's point of view, and slowly, it begins to dawn on the reader that things are not quite as they seem. Could it be that Megan’s perspective is not quite as accurate as originally perceived?


About Karen McCombie

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Karen McCombie has written many popular children's books. She lives in London, England. Lydia Monks has illustrated many poetry and picture books for children. She lives in Sheffield, England. "From the Trade Paperback edition.
Published October 7, 2010 by Collins Flamingo. 224 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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