New York : David Fickling,
IL 5-8, RL 6.5
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she lays in the infirmary of her English boarding school, Flora Baxter
thinks back on her days growing up in Borneo in the 1950s. Knowing
that many of the memories may be gone forever, Flora begins to write about
those days. As she writes, more memories come flooding in.
Memories of zombies and dragons. Of friends and family. Of
servants and privilege. As she writes about her days living in a
distant land, she comes to understand herself as well as the motivations
of those around her.
Self-confidence -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Secrets -- Fiction.
Memory -- Fiction.
Sabah -- Fiction.
Malaysia -- Fiction.
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