Inferno

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Orca Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2009 - Young Adult Fiction - 240 pages
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Dante thinks high school is an earthly version of hell. She hates her new home in the suburbs, her best friend has moved away, her homeroom teacher mocks her and her mother is making her attend a social skills group for teenage girls. When a stranger shows up at school and hands Dante a flyer that reads: Woof, woof. You are not a dog. Why are you going to obedience school?, Dante thinks she's found a soul mate. Someone who understands. Someone else who wants to make real changes in the world. But there are all kinds of ways of bringing about change...and some are more dangerous than others.

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User Review  - mosylu1 - LibraryThing

How refreshing is it to have a book with a lesbian main character without it being about the Agony and the Suffering of Being Different from Everyone Because I Like Girls, O Woe is Me. That said, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - sharonluvscats - LibraryThing

I don't really have much to say about this one. As you can see from my low rating I did not care for Inferno very much. I just found it to be very boring. The plot was completely predictable and ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Robin Stevenson is the author of ten books for children and young adults. Robin has also worked as a social worker, counselor and university instructor. She enjoys reading, traveling, visiting schools and talking to people of all ages about books and writing. Robin lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her family.

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