Purtill, C. Leigh.
Teen Fiction PURTILL
Summary: Meg Shanley always believed that her parents died when she was a baby. Since then, she and her thirty-year-old sister Lucie have lived a nomadic life, never settling down long enough for Meg to feel like anything but the new girl. Alone in her uncertainty and confusion, Meg writes letters to Jennifer Aniston for advice. Unlike Lucie, Jen is stable. She’s on Meg’s TV—no matter where Meg happens to be living—every night at eleven. For a few years, Jennifer even writes back. But now Jen’s letters have stopped. Meg and Lucie are in LA, in a tiny apartment, when a stranger shows up and reveals a seemingly impossible secret. Lucie is not Meg’s sister, but her mother. And back in New York, Meg has a grandmother and a real, honest-to-goodness father. Meg travels across the country to find her father—and uncover the truth about her life. But instead, what she finds is the source of her own inner strength. C. Leigh Purtill’s surprising and suspenseful first novel captures the exquisite joy and deep sorrow of a teenager who will stop at nothing to discover who she really is.
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