Catfishing on Catnet

Naomi Kritzer (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Tor Teen
Publish Date
November 19, 2019
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.5 X 1.0 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250165084

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About the Author

NAOMI KRITZER has been making friends online since her teens, when she had to use a modem to dial up at 2400 baud. She is a writer and blogger who has published a number of short stories and novels for adults, including the Eliana's Song duology and the Dead Rivers Trilogy. Her 2015 short story "Cat Pictures Please" won the Hugo Award and Locus Award and was a finalist for the Nebula. Naomi lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with her family and four cats. The number of cats is subject to change without notice.

Reviews

"The characters offer positive, realistic LGBTQIA+ representation--especially nonbinary identities and characters still exploring their identities. Refreshingly, the characters also feel like generally-woke-but-still-imperfect humans. Wickedly funny and thrilling in turns; perfect for readers coming-of-age online." --Kirkus, starred review

"Kritzer's take on a benevolent AI is both whimsical and poignant. An entertaining, heart-filled exploration of today's online existence and privacy concerns." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Smart, sly, scary, and irrepressibly good fun, this novel has everything I've ever wanted from a story: it is a cerebral, funny, tender, big-idea delight. I can't wait for you to read it."--Kelly Barnhill, Newbery Award-winning author of The Girl Who Drank the Moon

An absolutely charming and incredibly gripping, superbly plotted YA thriller.--Cory Doctorow, New York Times bestselling author of Little Brother

"Kritzer's flawless collection taps deep wells of emotion and wonder.... Her work is indisputably speculative, but it's a perfect entry point to the genre for readers who prefer fantastical and futuristic elements to stay more in the background, with human (and robotic) feelings always at the fore. This splendid treat is not to be missed."--Publishers Weekly, starred review, on Cat Pictures Please and Other Stories