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300 pp • ISBN 978-1-61614-686-3
Hardcover ("5 ½ x 8 ½") • $16.95
Cover Illustration © Paul Young
Jamey Barlowe has been crippled since childhood, the result of being born on the Moon. He lives his life in a wheelchair, only truly free when he is in the water. But then Jamey's father sends him, along with five other kids, back to the Moon to escape a political coup d'etat that has occurred overnight in the United States. Moreover, one of the other five refugees is more than she appears.
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