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Covington Branch YA CALET D (Text) 33126023041258 YA Fiction Checked out 05/02/2019
Erlanger Branch YA CALET D (Text) 33126023041282 YA Fiction Checked out 07/02/2019
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  • ISBN: 9781481415200
  • ISBN: 1481415204
  • Physical Description: 355 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First Simon Pulse hardcover edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, [2018]

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Followed by Grandpa Ed in his RV and backed by her brother and friends, Annabelle, eighteen, runs from Seattle to Washington, D.C., becoming a reluctant activist as people connect her journey to her recent trauma.
Annabelle is running. From Seattle to Washington, DC, through mountain passes and suburban landscapes, from long lonely roads to college towns. She's not ready to think about the tragedy from the past year, or The Taker that haunts her. But Annablle can't outrun it, and becomes a reluctant activist as people connect her journey to the trauma from her past. Followed by Grandpa Ed in his RV and backed by her brother and two friends, she just keeps running. Will she finally face what lies behind her-- and what is to come? -- adapted from jacket
Awards Note:
Michael L. Printz honor book, 2019
Subject: Grief > Fiction.
Running > Fiction.
Post-traumatic stress disorder > Fiction.
Social action > Fiction.
Massacre survivors > Fiction.
School shootings > Fiction.

  • School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2018 July

    Gr 9 Up—Seventeen-year-old Annabelle Agnelli needs to run away from tragedy. She starts in her hometown of Seattle with the intention to run 2,700 miles to Washington, D.C. As she crosses the vast and lonely terrain, she has flashbacks that gradually reveal what she is trying to flee. She runs to punish herself for the crime she thinks she has committed; she runs to feel the pain she thinks she deserves. Annabelle unwittingly becomes a spokesperson for a greater cause and a reluctant role model. Caletti tackles two big topics—gun violence and violence against women—with enormous skill. Annabelle's story never seems forced or heavy-handed; Caletti realistically mines the gray areas of the teen's conscience. Portrayals of complex, multifaceted secondary characters and vivid descriptions of the protagonist's surroundings permeate this story and make it come to life. Readers can almost smell the pine trees, see the glimmering lake water, and feel the steamy heat rising off of the pavement as Annabelle runs across the country. They can also feel her confusion and pain, which makes her hard-won self-redemption most rewarding. VERDICT A moving novel centered on timely issues that deserves a place in all libraries serving young adults.—Melissa Kazan, Horace Mann School, NY

    Copyright 2018 School Library Journal.

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