Two Halves Whole

Two Halves Whole

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Ryu Debiru.
Haruna Catherine Mitsukai.
Same city. Same high school. Different worlds.

Even so, their attraction to each other has become impossible to deny and with Haruna's ex-boyfriend out of the picture, nothing stands in their way.

Except for one "tiny" problem: the White Flower Syndicate.

But Ryu isn't the only one harbouring secrets. The truth isn't easy, and for Haruna and Ryu knowing it threatens everything. Their Status. Their friendships. Even their lives.

In a world turned upside down, can two halves ever become whole?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 22mm | 435g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0995300151
  • 9780995300156
  • 2,500,811

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"Melissa Abigail 's young adult coming of age novel, Two Halves Whole: Hafu Sans Halo, Book 2, continues the compelling story of Haruna and Ryu, whose lives seem so different and yet who are drawn so inexorably together. Along the way, Abigail addresses the issue of racism and the differences in attitude toward people of other races as displayed by the students compared with that of their parents, or, in Haruna's case, grandparent. I was entranced by this bittersweet and genuine romance as the two young adults work to find answers to what is binding them together and a solution to what appears to be an insoluble situation. Two Halves Whole: Hafu Sans Halo, Book 2 is a beautifully written and eloquent literary fiction novel, and it's most highly recommended. "- Jack Magnus, Reader's Favorite
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