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free read Beachmont Letters 106 Ú Eleanor Driscoll a seventeen year old girl has been horribly burned in a restaurant fire that took the lives of than four hundred people including her father Many people turn away from her face; others make cruel comments But there are a few special people who look beyond the scars and see the real Eleanor She has a hard timeE real Eleanor She has a hard time accepting their friendship The only person in the world she feels comfortable with is someone she has never met someone who knows nothing about the scars on her face Robert Bettencourt Writing to Robert began as an assignment from her English teacher Write t. This book could be called a romance but i wont be the one to call it that It's sort of a sad book but it conveys the story through the sadness very well If any romance can eual this book i dont know of it

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O a soldier Sister Agnes said It is World War II Fate assigns her to Robert who thinks she is warm and bright and funny But she is afraid to trust him with the truth Eleanor eventually discovers that the fire may have destroyed her face and body but it can not destroy the person she is inside. Nice little story Oddly this both looks and reads like it was written a decade earlier despite being set in the 1940s where it evokes the period very well but that's a good thing

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Beachmont LettersEleanor Driscoll a seventeen year old girl has been horribly burned in a restaurant fire that took the lives of than four hundred people including her father Many people turn away from her face; others make cruel comments But there are a few special people who look beyond the scars and see th. I read this several years ago but found myself thinking of it this morning It's an amazing story about accepting and loving yourself and importantly accepting that others can accept and love you even if you don't fit society's definition of perfect beauty A powerful story that I think of often