Amy by Any Other Name

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Amy by Any Other Name
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ISBN : 0981143997
Pages : 256 pages
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When sixteen-year-old Amy wakes up in a hospital bed, terribly injured from a dive onto hidden rocks in a quarry, her shattered body is not the worst of her troubles. The worst of it is the fact that the body is not her own. An over-achiever from a wealthy Toronto family, Amy has somehow ended up in the body of Krystal, a troubled girl from North-End Kingston. No one, of course, believes what Amy says. Amy's drive and determination help her to build a new life, but all she really wants is to find her way back to the life she once had. Or does she? Amy by Any Other Name is a story about what makes us who were are-and about the human capacity to grow and change.

Amy by Any Other Name

When sixteen-year-old Amy wakes up in a hospital bed, terribly injured from a dive onto hidden rocks in a quarry, her shattered body is not the worst of her troubles. The worst of it is the fact that the body is not her own. An over-achiever from a wealthy Toronto

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