The Probable Future

By Alice Hoffman.

Read by Laurel Lefkow.

When the women in the Sparrow family reach thirteen, they develop a unique ability.

In Stella's case, the gift, which is both a blessing and a curse, turns out to be the ability to see a person's probable future.

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0120040202

By Alice Hoffman.

Read by Laurel Lefkow.

When the women in the Sparrow family reach thirteen, they develop a unique ability.

In Stella's case, the gift, which is both a blessing and a curse, turns out to be the ability to see a person's probable future.She awoke on the morning of her thirteenth birthday with a unique ability that was hers alone.

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She would not let this get the best of her, whatever it might be, a curse or an omen or a crossed wire somewhere inside her head.

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This was her talent.

An eye for death, an ability to read the human timetable; a nightmare of a gift.

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Some people didn't see what was right there in front of them, even if they had twenty-twenty vision.

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We know what we need when we get it.

0620040209

By Alice Hoffman.

When the women in the Sparrow family reach thirteen, they develop a unique ability.

In Stella's case, the gift, which is both a blessing and a curse, turns out to be the ability to see a person's probable future.

6/10.

""Once upon a time she had been absolutely sure of whom she was meant to love."" Read by Laurel Lefkow.

Abridged in ten parts by Alison Joseph

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For so long Stella had wanted to know everything.

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Stella was standing on a completely familiar corner, yet she felt impossibly lost.

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When the women in the Sparrow family reach thirteen, they develop a unique ability.

In Stella's case, the gift is both a blessing and a curse.

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Love ambushed you, it lay in wait, dormant for days or years.