Trickster's Girl by Hilari Bell
(The Raven Duet)

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In the year 2098 America isn't so different from the USA of today. But, in a post-9/11 security-obssessed world, "secured" doesn't just refer to borders between countries, it also refer to borders between states. Teenagers still think they know everything, but there is no cure for cancer, as Kelsa knows first-hand from watching her father die.   The night Kelsa buries her father, a boy appears. He claims magic is responsible for the health of Earth, but  human damage disrupts its flow. The planet is dying.   Kelsa has the power to reverse the damage, but first she must accept that magic exists and see beyond her own pain in order to heal the planet.

About Hilari Bell

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Hilari Bell used to work as a reference librarian, but she now writes science fiction and fantasy for kids and teens from her home base in Denver, Colorado. Hilari's favorite activity is camping, when she spends all her time reading and hiking. She says, ?Camping is the only time I can get in enough reading. Well, I take that back?when it comes to reading, there's no such thing as enough.?
Published January 3, 2011 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 293 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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At her father's funeral during a sweltering Utah summer in the not-so-distant future, Kelsa Phillips rages against her mother, the funeral and her father's dying in a hospice.

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It is a book that will be a book people will enjoy, over and over again.

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