Chantelle "Channy" Allen is just about enduring her slightly bored teenage existence - trying not to die of embarrassment every time her parents" Abba tribute band perform a cringing medley of hits in front of all her friends. But then Channy finds out something that turns her world upside down; something that makes perfect sense, but at the same time seems utterly ridiculous. Something that Channy is intent on investigating - despite the distraction of gorgeous French exchange student Antoine. Channy"s about to learn a valuable life lesson: sometimes curiosity is a dangerous thing.
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