Eva

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Delacorte Press, 1989 - Animal welfare - 219 pages
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The picnic on the beach is Eva's last memory. As she lies in the hospital bed while her mother explains about the accident and the coma, Eva senses there is something they are not telling her--a price she must pay to be alive.20,000 print.

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Powerful story that does really clever things with its sci-fi concept as an allegory for puberty and self-discovery, but also as a spec-fic exploration of animal rights issues. A teenage girl is in a ... Read full review

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Powerful story that does really clever things with its sci-fi concept as an allegory for puberty and self-discovery, but also as a spec-fic exploration of animal rights issues. A teenage girl is in a ... Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Peter Dickinson was born in Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia, now Zambia on December 16, 1927. He received a bachelor of arts degree at King's College, Cambridge in 1951. He served in the British Army and was an assistant editor and reviewer for Punch Magazine for seventeen years. His first book, The Weathermonger, was published in 1968. He has written over 50 books for adults and young adults. His works for adults include Death of a Unicorn, Skeleton-in-Waiting, Perfect Gallows, The Yellow Room Conspiracy, and Some Deaths Before Dying. His works for young adults include Tulka, The Iron Lion, The Ropemaker, Angel Isle, and In the Palace of the Khans. He has won several awards including the Boston Globe Horn Book Award in 1989 for Eva, the Carnegie Medal twice, and the Crime Writer's Golden Dagger twice. He was awarded the O.B.E in 2009 for services to literature.

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