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    The explanations of time, dimensions, etc. didn't really hold water. I've read a lot of fiction books on this subject but the reason why these two existed was so confusing. And at the beginning of the book, Natalie was adopted as a baby. Later in the book she tells someone, I think Beau, she was adopted around eleven years old. Well that just discredits the whole book then doesn't it? And why was Natalie's last name Lane on the marker, when it was Cleary? You can kind of figure out who Grandmother is from the first few chapters of the book. Being the result of a mixed marriage, I could somewhat identify with Natalie's crisis. I think the way she handled it was a bit extreme. She hurt a lot of people and it didn't bring her any closer to finding out anything about herself. Seemed like the mother needed a therapist more than Natalie. This girl suffered and the mother knew why and said nothing. That's truly warped, especially when she tries to pin the trauma on Natalie's ishki.
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