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Fierce female

In the complicated world of Shane Arbuthnott’s novel, one thing is clear: being a girl is not a disadvantage



Shane Arbuthnott

Orca Book Publishers, Ages 10-14

MOLLY STOUT LIVES in a world that is either a polluted dystopian future with King George V on the British throne; the Victorian past with a steampunk twist and lots of rivets but no electronics; a strange version of Newfoundland; or a parallel universe that incorporates all of these possibilities in a highly complicated piece of world building, predicated on the essential supposition that machines have souls.

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