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chapter twentysix: macaroons

Lilly recounted her adventure to Adria and their moms, making sure to leave out the part about how she escaped from Emmy’s bedroom window. Lilly ended the story of her time in China by telling how Sarah went into labor … Continue reading

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chapter twelve: unraveling a confounded morass

“That’s a laconic man, if ever I met one,” Mr. Hill commented as he started up the engine.

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chapter six: echo and emmy

The Adventures of Lilly Book Two – A China Escape The apartment complex was large, and thankfully its interior was much warmer and more inviting than its rigid and uninspiring exterior which rose so high into the smog-filled sky that … Continue reading

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chapter five: beijing

The Adventures of Lilly Book Two – A China Escape “Lilly! Lilly! Wake up!” Mr. Hill called shaking her gently.

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chapter three: go forth and pack early

The Adventures of Lilly Book Two – A China Escape Later that evening, Lilly brought two cups of spicy chai tea down to her father’s home office nestled between the dining room and the master bedroom. She tapped on the … Continue reading

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