The Eleventh Question

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Arista is being bullied at school, her mother is put into rehab and she is sent to live with a foster carer. The foster carer is a vet. Arista isn't what you would call an animal lover. Like any teenager she asks questions, but the difference with Arista is that her questions spark a chain of events that will change the world forever

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About Dianne Gray

Dianne is an Australian author

In March 2016 Dianne was shortlisted top three in the Ruth Rendell short story awards

In 2012 Dianne's novel 'Soul's Child' won the YouWriteOn Book of the Year Award

List of writing awards:
1995 – Cairns Post Writers award (QLD AUS)
1996 – Harper Collins award publication (AUS)
1996 – Cambridge Writers award (AUS)
1997 – Harper Collins award (AUS)
1997 – FishPublishing top 100 (International)
2000 – University of Canberra award (AUS)
2002 – Kerry Greenwood award publication (AUS)
2002 – Scarlet Stiletto award publication (AUS)
2004 – Ginninderra Press award publication (AUS)
2005 – Scarlet Stiletto award publication (AUS)
2007 – Harlequin/MIRA press award publication (AUS)
2007 – IP Picks Press award (AUS/NZ)
2009 – IP Picks Press award (AUS/NZ)
2012 - YouWriteOn Book of the Year award (international)
2016 - Shortlist top three Ruth Rendell award

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James Ferguson reviewed on on Oct. 23, 2012

Arista is a captivating and believable character and it's hard not to appreciate her struggles in this great story.
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Anna Scott Graham reviewed on on Oct. 23, 2012

I started reading this and could not put it down; Arista struggles with bullies and an alcoholic mother, while a young man realizes, but is helpless to ease her pain. Gray’s mix of fantasy and present-day actions heighten the tension, leaving this reader dying to know the eleventh question. I was quite pleased with the results. Highly recommended.
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Rick Mallery reviewed on on Oct. 22, 2012

A teenage girl struggles with bullies at school and home. A boy in South America becomes an apprentice for a seer.

One character must overcome her dysfunctional external world, the other must overcome his apparently dysfunctional internal world.

Dianne Gray weaves the two interconnected stories together with a tender touch. The reader feels not just empathy, but a deep satisfaction with the outcome.

I highly recommend!
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