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Through Indigo's Eyes
by Lorna Schultz Nicholson, Tara Taylor
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Through Indigo's Eyes

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Publisher Hay House Visions
Publication Date 7/16/12
ISBN 978-1-4019-3528-3

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Indigo Russell is a student at Ridgemont High School, in Ottawa, Canada. Ever since she can remember, she can see and hear things... before they happen. Oh, and she can talk to the dead. Pretty cool, right? Not really.

Indie doesn't want anyone to know - she just wants to be a normal teenager. She just wants to fit in, like everyone else. But when people try to get close to her, like her best friend Lacey, or the mysterious and handsome loner, John, her visions keep getting in the way. Indie struggles to keep her secret from everyone, hoping that it will just go away. Meanwhile, her visions become more intense, more dangerous, more disturbing. Life quickly begins to spin out of control, and she doesn't know what to do, or who to turn to.

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Lorna Schultz Nicholson is a full-time writer who has published over 20 award-winning books, including Roughing! and Northern Star. Her nonfiction book, Home Ice, was on the Globe and Mail bestseller list for many months and was a top-selling sports book during the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Lorna divides her time between Calgary and Penticton, where she and her husband share their homes with their crazy golden retriever, Snowball; and whiny bichon-shih tzu, Molly.

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Tara Taylor is an internationally known intuitive counselor, spiritual teacher, and motivational speaker. She is president and CEO of Whitelight Wellness and co-founder of the Just Say Yes seminars. Tara counsels people of all ages and guides professional intuitives and children with clairvoyant gifts as well as friends and family who need help understanding these special children.