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Mi's Search for Beauty

by Tonia Bennington Osborn

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In a time and land when death is regarded as the "Realms Beyond," where surviving children are expected to offer their prayers and services so their ancestors may reach the "Golden Realm of Light," spirits are known to cause havoc for their own means. Sooshay and Keylei, both disdainful of the stifling moors of their traditional culture have forgotten this lesson, so are caught painfully unaware when their sixth daughter, Mi, is born. Five daughters were foretold; no more and no less, with no sons. The terrifying changes this sixth daughter unwittingly brings with her touches each member of her family. Ignorant of his own role in the chaos that follows, Sooshay seeks the advice of a mysterious old family friend, placing Mi and all of her sisters in danger.

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