Girls of Summer (Shelter Rock Cove - Book #2)

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Rebecca feels out of place at the snooty prep school. She was born and raised in McAllen, Texas. The old philosophical questions daunting humanity will not go away. A little girl, blue until she breathed and turned pink. She received several Hugo nominations as both a fan artist and editor, primarily for her work on Janus, and later Aurora, both feminist SF fanzines. The After book series is based off of the internet sensation.

Pages: 390

Publisher: Free Spirit Press (June 19, 2013)


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