Rebecca Danced by Ezzy Black
A Chaos Story

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Being in a new town on her first day of high school wasn't the worst thing in the world for Rebecca Harris. Her only real friend back in Newark was her cousin Cheri anyway. Being in a wheelchair on top of everything else was a bit more of a problem. She could probably get down the hallways easier in the wheelchair than she could with the abominable braces and crutches she had used since she was six. If everything went as the doctors told her she might be able to learn to walk by her sixteenth birthday. Tony is an enigma to the girls at school. He's rich, talented, athletic, and, for the most part, not interested. Why then, does he suddenly seem so taken with the new girl? Not only is she in a wheelchair but she's a freshman as well. Tony's little sister Tina is nothing short of a musical prodigy. She knows the reason for Tony's interest in Rebecca and she may just be the cure to his misplaced guilt over a tragic past. Perhaps with just a little push the two can begin to heal each other. One thing Tina knows is that with a bit of music, anything is possible. Join these three amazing teenagers as they find that it's not enough to simply persevere and it's not enough to simply take what life gives you. With love, music, and the steadfast support of friends and family you cannot only survive, but make a difference in the lives of others even less fortunate. In today's world of the paranormal and occult REBECCA DANCED is unashamedly emotional and uplifting. It proves that you don't need such things to have just a little bit of magic.
 

About Ezzy Black

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Ezzy Black lives in the rural Southeast of the US and can be alternately found typing away madly at a keyboard or beating his head against the desk. These writings are the results of the good days.
 
Published June 23, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 234 pages
Genres: Children's Books, History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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