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Thirty-Six Exposures

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During his last weeks in high school, Lorne finds his camera is no longer a shield but an instrument forcing him to focus on the events that seem to be racing out of control in his small Newfoundland town.

Lorne suddenly finds himself the leader of a school strike and, while exploring his roots during a class project, he uncovers a disturbing secret about his family. His passionate feelings for his girlfriend Elaine threaten them both. And uncharacteristic wild times with his best friend Trevor have Lorne wishing things would just slow down and let him think.

Finally, even amid this whirlwind of activity and emotion, Lorne finds himself in the history and people that nurtured him.

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Genre: Children's Fiction

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