Desolace

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A teacher of genetic rejects must decide if one of them is worth saving, and then find the strength to convince the student that life is worth living, something he is not entirely sure of himself.
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Words: 9,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301579518
About Thomas Biehl

Thomas Biehl survives as an English teacher at an alternative school and considers himself a writer in what little spare time he has. He grew up in a small town in central Illinois, left, came back, and now lives near there in Lexington with his wife, who is also a teacher and his much appreciated editor, and his two children, Gabriel and Charlotte.

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Review by: Miranda Biehl on Dec. 28, 2012 :
This suspenseful story tells of the dangers involved in pushing perfection, especially on impressionable adolescents. It resonates with the importance of communication and human connection.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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