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By Cyndi Sand-Eveland

ISBN-10: 1770492941

ISBN-13: 9781770492943

Mel and her mom, Cecily, understand what it’s wish to dwell tough, no matter if it’s at the streets or within the house of an abusive man.When Cecily broadcasts that they’ve had adequate and they are going to move domestic to her mother’s, Mel desires of safeguard, a comfy mattress, and a grandmother’s love appear to be approximately to come back real. yet a few errors can't be simply forgiven or erased. Her grandmother isn't what Mel expects, and even though the neighborhood library deals sanctuary, a true domestic turns out past her seize. Mel’s choice to upward thrust above what destiny has dealt is ready to alter that.

Cyndi Sand-Eveland’s paintings with homeless formative years supplies her characters an authenticity no reader will put out of your mind. finally, a narrative of desire and attractiveness, A Tinfoil Sky is a robust, can’t-putit- down novel.

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My living, loving God, girl,” Rose said as she caught sight of Mel and walked toward her. The other two followed. Mel looked at the strangers. One was definitely a police officer. He reached out his hand; Mel kept hers tucked in her blanket. “I’m Constable Hill and this is Ms. Jeffery,” he said, gesturing to the woman who stood beside him. ” Mel nodded. “You’ll need to come with us, Miss Tulley,” said the officer. “I can’t. ” “Mel,” Rose said, “your mom’s in jail. She was picked up last night.

The thought grew louder in Mel’s head with each passing minute. Mel pushed her mashed potatoes back and forth across her plate. Every time the door opened, she looked over; every time she heard footsteps, she turned in their direction. No Cecily. Before long, it was just Mel, a small black cat sleeping on the window ledge, and a guy asleep on one of the two brown couches. When the same woman who’d touched her forehead the day before came out of the kitchen carrying two pieces of cake, Mel wondered if she was going to be asked to leave.

Her favorite green sweater appeared to be immersed in a puddle. Mel could see that Cecily wasn’t there, but she called her name into the darkness of rain and thunder anyway. She ran back down the street, hoping to find her. For as far as Mel could see, the street going into town was empty. She turned and ran back to the overpass. Every few minutes, she called out Cecily’s name, but no one answered. As Mel’s disappointment turned to anger, she stopped calling for Cecily and began to yell. “I! Hate!

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