Growing up with autistic twin brothers and a mother who used to be a stripper, Khyber already knows a lot about adventure. Money is scarce, but her family is bound by a fierce love. When these ties are threatened, Khyber is forced to become a real explorer - of her city, her family and herself.
lively, funny and compelling' Viewpoint11(3)a deeply moving story, full of heart and hope, from an excellent writer.'Sunday Tasmanian6/7/03To those who loved Looking for Alibrandithis is a must-read this unique book should appeal to all ages' Illawarra Mercury5/7/03a deeply moving story, full of heart and hope, from an excellent writer.' Sunday Tasmanian"Ellis creates a suspenseful world a thought-provoking and sensitive story. She shows us a world unlike ours on the surface, but disturbingly close to home." David Beagley, Bendigo Advertiser6/9/03.
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