Fourteen year old Grayling lives in her grandmother's house where tea is served each day at four and where women meet to tell their personal histories. The women take care of each other and of Grayling, protecting her from the story of her own past.
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Over the course of her fourteenth summer, Grayling falls in love, deals with the death of a loved one and finally learns the details of her own story when she travels to visit her mother and to find out about the history of her father.
The review of this Book prepared by Jennifer Selk