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An edition of The blue mirror (2004)

The blue mirror

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This edition published in by Thorndike Press in Waterville, Me.

Written in English

139 pages

Seventeen-year-old loner Maggy Klass, who frequently seeks refuge from her alcoholic mother's apartment by sitting and drawing in a local cafe, becomes involved in a destructive relationship with a charismatic homeless youth named Cole.

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The blue mirror
2004, Thorndike Press
in English
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The blue mirror
2004, Farrar, Straus and Giroux
in English - 1st ed.

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The blue mirror

First published in 2004



Work Description

Sixteen-year-old Maggy's life consists of trying to be invisible at school, taking care of her alcoholic mother, and spending all the time she can at the Blue Mirror, a downtown café. She can lose herself there for hours with a cappuccino and her sketchbook, in which she creates a paper world she calls "The Blue Mirror." But everything changes when she meets Cole, a charismatic runaway. Maggy is intrigued by Cole's risky life on the streets and by the girls who follow him, childlike Jouly and strange Marianne. And when Cole says that he loves her, Maggy comes alive. As Maggy becomes more entwined with Cole and she looks at him with all her heart, she sees something far more dangerous than she may be capable of handling.

In poetic and evocative language, Kathe Koja draws us into the haunting, passionate world of The Blue Mirror.

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The blue mirror

This edition published in by Thorndike Press in Waterville, Me.


Edition Description

Seventeen-year-old loner Maggy Klass, who frequently seeks refuge from her alcoholic mother's apartment by sitting and drawing in a local cafe, becomes involved in a destructive relationship with a charismatic homeless youth named Cole.

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Genre
Fiction.

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Dewey Decimal Class
[Fic]
Library of Congress
PZ7.K8296 Bl 2004

The Physical Object

Pagination
139 p. ;
Number of pages
139

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3306549M
Internet Archive
bluemirror00koja_0
ISBN 10
078626960X
LC Control Number
2004051179
Goodreads
1376209

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