A girl and her gods
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A girl and her gods

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Published by Spuyten Duyvil in New York City .
Written in English


  • Daphne (Greek deity) -- Poetry

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Edition Notes

LC ClassificationsPS3602.E268 G57 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination282 p. :
Number of Pages282
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23162452M
ISBN 109781933132396
LC Control Number2007007324

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God taught Vanessa about growing into a Godly woman and taught Clayton about protecting her and following His will.   They both want to please God on this journey and it is a great story.   I was captivated with the action and fell in love with the characters.   This is my first time to read a book by Shelley Gray, and I recommend it highly! The Girl God by Trista Henderson and illustrated by Elisabeth Slettnes is an amazing book. The illustrations are beautiful. The story itself had me glued to the pages/5.   The book I'm looking for is about a girl that's family moves into the house that used to be a home for un mentally stable women she begins to figure out that there other beings in the house and ends up dying when her parents move out her old friend came to the house with her boyfriend and they start kissing on the couch the girls gets really. Gods and Girls is a collection of short stories inspired by the seductive power of art and the potent allure of historic places across the globe. In each tale, a heroine is transformed by her encounter with a legendary painting, sculpture or building and the heroes and villains she meets along the way.