Ugh. I forgot this was already out. But the hardcover is cheaper than the paperback! That’s weird.
What ages do you think it would be appropriate for, Cory?
Any relation to the 1966 John Frankenheimer film w/Rock Hudson?
I think the themes within it are most relevant for 18+. Maaaybe older teens. There’s a lot about reinventing oneself as one grows up, and also about changing natures of adult relationships.
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