Dryland

Dryland

A Novel

Book - 2015
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It's 1992, and the world is caught up in the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the Balkan Wars, but for Julie Winter, 15, the news is noise. In Portland, Oregon, Julie moves through her days in a series of negatives: the skaters she doesn't think are cute, the Guatemalan backpack she doesn't buy at the craft fair, the umbrella she refuses to carry despite the incessant rain. Her family life is routine and restrained, and no one talks about Julie's older brother, a one-time Olympic hopeful swimmer who now lives in self-imposed exile in Berlin. Julie has never considered swimming herself, until Alexis, the swim team captain, tries to recruit her. It's a dare, and a flirtation--and a chance for Julie to find her brother, or to finally let him go.
Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Tin House Books, 2015
Edition: First U.S. edition
ISBN: 9781941040133
Branch Call Number: JAFF
Characteristics: 216 pages ; 20 cm

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Jan 24, 2016

This book is very sweet and elegantly written and very much gives the spirit of what it's like coming of age as a queer teen.

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