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The Dying of the Light (Sweet Goodbyes)

by Jan Kenneth

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Suzanne Welch's best friend, Jessica Elliot, is beautiful, smart, and has an artistic talent that wins her constant praise and recognition. It isn't easy having a friend like Jessica; someties Suzanne feels pretty plain by comparison.Then one day, Suzanne watches helplessly as Jessica rides her bike in front of a car and is hit. She's not badly hurt, but the casue of her accident is shocking: Jessica is gradually going blind.Jessica withdraws from her friends, her family and especially her art into a cocoon of darkness and self-pity. Can Suzanne help Jessica to discover that the tools of an artist are not in the eyes, but in the heart?

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