Dawn Rochelle has been through chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplnt, and the death of her best friend. Now a sophomore in high school, she wants nothing more than finally to live a normal life and be an ordinary high school student. The freedom other kids take for granted--taking driver's ed, going to dances and the mall, dating--means much more to Dawn. But no matter how long she stays in remission, Dawn fears that her battle with cancer will always be with her. Will her past haunt her now, when she has no time to cry?
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