Wahine : a novel / Kerry Harrison.Material type: TextDescription: 175 pages ; 24 cmISBN:
- NZ823.3 23
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Teen Fiction||Eltham LibraryPlus Teen||Teen Fiction||HARR (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||i2124256|
|New Zealand Fiction||Stratford Fiction||Fiction||HAR (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available (Available)||A00792614|
"In 2009, a mysterious figure in an Auckland resthome, where an old woman is dying, triggers memories of the Wahine storm of 1968 and its aftermath. After the disapearance of her father Snow in the storm, fifteen-year old, Jude Farley is deposited in a Taranaki boarding school so her mother Kit can escape the memories and get on with her life. But Jude is determined to discover through prayer, pure willpower and recovered memory, the truth behind her father's disapperance. Helping her is a new friend, Huia, her headmistress, the formidable Miss Wallace, and the beauty of Mount Taranaki and its surroundings. Meanwhile, in Auckland Kitty Farley faces her own demons and embarks on her final journey"--Back cover.