"When Lily joined her sister, Jane, at high school, their relationship became strained as Lily moved beyond Jane's imaginary child's play and entered the teenage world of friends, clubs, and social life. Alternating chapters illustrate each sister's perspective on this development. In the third person, Ruth Ann Phimister's voice embodies the "otherness" Jane feels as she tries to fit into a world that seems so natural for Lily. In the first person, Jennifer Ikeda expresses the conflict Lily feels in loving life while missing Jane. Thoreau's lines gives Lily faith in the future: "Live in the present. Launch yourself on every wave. And find your eternity in each moment." N.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"