Secrets of a Summer Village

Secrets of a Summer Village (English, Paperback, Akyil Saskia E)

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Secrets of a Summer Village  (English, Paperback, Akyil Saskia E)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
    • Genre: Juvenile Fiction
    • ISBN: 9781463740115, 1463740115
    • Pages: 302
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    • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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    • 16 mm
    Height
    • 229 mm
    Length
    • 152 mm
    Weight
    • 404 gr
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    5

    Recommended to my entire family! Waiting for the next book...

    I started the book excited because I went to high school with the author. Simple enough. Friend writes book, I read book. Then I found I was really enjoying the story. Not just, I knew the author enjoying but recommend to everyone, truly enjoying. Everytime I picked up the book I was transported out of the cold/rainy/snowy Pacific Northwest to a sunny summer village in Turkey. I felt like I knew the characters. Like I was tasting the food, seeing the stunning fabrics of the unfamiliar clothin...
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    Nina Zaneta

    May, 2012

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    A beautiful book, based in Turkey

    I love travel books and I have always wanted to visit Turkey, so this book was just perfect for me. What made it much more appealing is that each chapter begins with a quote from Rumi (which fits the content of that chapter). The book captures the experiences of Rachel a Chinese-American residing in a small US town, who actually wants to visit Mexico on a student exchange program, so that she can brush up on her Spanish which she hopes to take up as a subject in University. However, fate has ...
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    Lubna K

    May, 2012

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