The Space between Here & Now

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Sarah Suk., & Sarah Suk|AUTHOR. (2023). The Space between Here & Now . HarperCollins.

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Sarah Suk and Sarah Suk|AUTHOR. 2023. The Space between Here & Now. HarperCollins.

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Sarah Suk and Sarah Suk|AUTHOR. The Space between Here & Now HarperCollins, 2023.

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Sarah Suk, and Sarah Suk|AUTHOR. The Space between Here & Now HarperCollins, 2023.

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	Seventeen-year-old Aimee Roh has Sensory Time Warp Syndrome, a rare condition that causes her to time travel to a moment in her life when she smells something linked to that memory. Her dad is convinced she'll simply grow out of it if she tries hard enough, but Aimee's fear of vanishing at random has kept her from living a normal life.
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