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The Girl on Evangeline Beach (edition 2000)
by Anne Carter
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 077376139X, Paperback)Michael Denshaw's life is hanging in the balance. After a severe beating by thugs at school, his body is left broken and bleeding on an abandoned set of railroad tracks. As he slips into a coma, Michael's world splits in two and he is given a second chance at life. He finds himself in Nova Scotia, in a time just before the deportation of the Acadians. There, he meets a beautiful girl named Marie, and begins to fall in love with her. Life seems idyllic, but Michael knows that tragedy looms, for he has encountered Marie before - as a ghost on a lonely stretch of beach back in his own time. Michael soon learns that his fate is inexplicably entwined with Marie's, and that to save his own life, he must first save hers. The Girl on Evangeline Beach is a wonderful coming-of-age adventure set against one of the most tragic occurrences in Canadian history.
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