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Flightsend is Charlie's new domestic, no matter if she likes it or no longer. Her mom sees it as an finish to all that's long past so tragically flawed, yet for Charlie it's the tip of her kinfolk, let alone her social lifestyles. that they had been a formal kinfolk. Mum, Sean and Charlie, with a brand new child sister at the approach. however the child died prior to she was once born and every thing replaced. progressively, her mom driven Sean away, sooner than resigning from her task and promoting the home, forcing Sean to discover elsewhere to dwell. even supposing Charlie believes her mom is creating a bad mistake, she will be able to purely provide help - yet who will aid Charlie, with Sean minimize out in their lives? She's yes that the movement to a ramshackle cottage, miles from anyplace, can basically make issues worse. She couldn't be extra fallacious. this primary summer time at Flightsend proves to be a turning element for them either. For Charlie's mum there's a brand new enterprise and the clean commence that she knew she wanted. And for Charlie there's a brand new activity, new buddies, a newly came upon expertise for artwork and new emotions for 2 very diverse males. It's a summer season of beginnings, now not ends; a summer time that Charlie won't ever put out of your mind.

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