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Inventor free pdf Inspiring fiction set in New Zealand. 'Delusions of grandeur - that's what I've got, so they tell me. But what if they aren't delusions? What if I can change the world?' For as long as Jackie can remember, she has dreamed of the ultimate invention, the one simple thing that will radically improve lives. She thinks she has found it, and she wants everyone to know about it - but that means leaving her quiet life and going out into the world. Is she ready for the changes she is facing? Can she hold onto herself through the challenges of her new life? And is there any possible way to keep everyone around her happy, through it all? Set in Canterbury, New Zealand, and overseas.

About Jennifer Manson

Jennifer Manson is a writer and business woman living in Christchurch. She is the author of The Moment of Change, Tasha Stuart interviews ..., The Old Occidental Writers' Hotel, Law of Attraction and Slow Time. She also writes for The Press newspaper's "at home" supplement.

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Author : Jennifer Manson
Publisher : Jennifer Manson
Data Published : 01 April 2011
ISBN : 0473185296
EAN : 9780473185299
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 284 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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