Short-listed for the 2005 CLA Young Adult Canadian Book Award
Sixteen-year-old Simon has always been considered odd. Three years
ago, a skateboarding accident caused some minor brain damage and
made him a little stranger. His career-driven parents mostly leave
him alone, and he spends much of his time living in his
imagination. When Andrea, whom no one else can see, appears to
Simon in class, he is fascinated by her and strikes up a
friendship, even though he knows she may be pure hallucination -
he's had imaginary friends before. Andrea says she is there to
"help" him, but before the story ends, Simon discovers that it is
he who needs to help Andrea, not the other way around.
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