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Children's LiteratureThis is the latest offering from the author of Too Big a Storm which also explores the theme of love, loss and growing up. Eighteen-year-old Hanna is the central character in this well-crafted novel. When Hanna takes a midnight walk around Lake Calhoun, she becomes part of a horrible situation involving the death of two teenagers. She cannot confide in her two best friends, Kelsey and Maura, or her understanding, supportive mother. Only Will, who also has a connection to the incident, can offer support and consolation. Resolution of the matter involves many ups and downs that are realistically portrayed by the author who truly comprehends today's teens and honestly portrays their lives and emotions. Qualey's fans will not be disapponted with this novel. 2005, Dial Books, Ages 14 to 18.