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Suzanne LaFleur
I grew up in the suburbs of Boston quite happily, reading, writing, playing outside, and swimming with my parents and three younger siblings. When I got a little older, I went to college (Washington and Lee, BA in English and European History), and a little older still, to grad school (The New... show more

I grew up in the suburbs of Boston quite happily, reading, writing, playing outside, and swimming with my parents and three younger siblings. When I got a little older, I went to college (Washington and Lee, BA in English and European History), and a little older still, to grad school (The New School, MFA in Writing for Children).Now I split my time between Natick, MA and New York City. I have written three children's books: Love, Aubrey; Eight Keys; and Listening for Lucca.My interests include:Crackers and cheeseSwimming 50 yards with one breathCollecting dishes that don't match, and a few that doWearing a different-colored sock on each footTaking out too many books from the libraryWriting lettersPlanning travels to EuropeReminiscingandWondering how my desk got so cluttered.You can learn more about these problems and other things at:http://www.suzannelafleur.com/.
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MyBookyLife
MyBookyLife rated it 4 years ago
Wow! This was a great book and I enjoyed it thoroughly. I’d never read anything similar and so I was really intrigued. I had read ‘Love Aubrey’* by the same author and it was really good. I picked up the book from my local library and began to read.Her obsession with lost things was a great addition...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 5 years ago
A good friend is one of the hardest things to keep in this life. Don't forget that sometimes you have to work at it. --Chapter 19 Sometimes you are friends with someone just because you're used to it, and maybe you forget why it happened in the first place. --Chapter 9 Trying to figure out why t...
Library Lady's Booklikes
Library Lady's Booklikes rated it 6 years ago
I really liked the ghost story aspect and the sensitivity of the main character Siena to what goes on around her. I am not sure I liked that it insinuated she may have been the cause of her brothers silence, but I did like the resolution and the hopefulness of fixing something broken with tenderness...
Under The Mountain
Under The Mountain rated it 6 years ago
I purchased this along with Love, Aubrey - Suzanne's first book about a year ago now if not longer and just this morning found myself picking this book up off of my shelf and opening the pages. It's late now and I've read every page. Eight Keys is perfect for a rainy day read as with just over 200 p...
Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog
Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
I have read quite a few books lately where characters travel to different times, through special gifts of their own, or else through magical portals of one sort or another. I am drawn to these kinds of stories, I think, because despite their futuristic sounding themes, they look back to a slower pac...
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