qSacred's not a word I've ever much liked. But maybe some things, and some places, just are. And maybe the Blue Hole was one of those things.q Shelby (nicknamed Turtle) never had any female friends. But when a mysterious girl from Sri Lanka moved to town in the summer of 1979, Turtle invites her to a secret haven: the Blue Hole. Turtle has no idea now much that simple gesture will affect the rest of her life, or the lives of those she loves. In a time when America was technically well beyond the Civil Rights era, there were those in Turtle's small Appalachian town who rejected the presence of someone different. And in just one summerain a collision of love, hate, jealousy, beauty, and a sacred, muddy swimming holeanothing and everything changed.aquot;Sacreda#39;s not a word Ia#39;ve ever much liked.
|Title||:||Blue Hole Back Home|
|Publisher||:||David C Cook - 2010-01-01|