"Nelson smoothly realizes a provocative alternate present seen through the eyes of naive adolescent Hanna Driscoll ... Hanna is an engaging protagonist, and her thought-provoking story blends action, introspection, and social commentary in a stark but indirect critique of efforts to control female bodies and restrict reproductive rights." - Publishers Weekly"Based on the concept alone, I knew I had to read it ... A strong character, I found myself sympathizing with Hanna and rooting for her until the very end." - The Hungry Bookworm"A strong start to a potentially brilliant series." - Jeanz Book Read 'n' Review
About the Author
Jim Nelson’s books include A Concordance of One’s Life, Everywhere Man, and Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People. He lives in San Francisco.