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Midnight at the Electric

by Jodi Lynn Anderson

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Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson
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    Jun 2017, 272 pages

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Erin Szczechowski

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While their stories span thousands of miles and multiple generations, three young women's fates are entwined.

The world changes, but humanity stays the same. Whether a book takes place in the year 1510 or 2010, we can still relate to the characters, because despite their differences, they share universal drives. Love, loss, and longing have always existed and will always exist. Jodi Lynn Anderson, bestselling author of Tiger Lily, has made a name for herself exploring the subtle and sentimental conditions of the human experience. Midnight at the Electric weaves together the tale of three very different—yet very similar—girls from three divergent settings, and is another winning addition to Anderson's repertoire.

The book begins in Kansas in the year 2065, with teenager Adri preparing to move to Mars, as part of a handpicked team of colonists testing out future leads for a sickly Earth. An orphan with no ties to her home planet, Adri is eager to leave and never look back. ...

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