Meet Lucy. She’s a bit of an outsider, having grown up in the jungles of the Congo, and she’s having some trouble adjusting to her new home in the Chicago suburbs. The culture shock alone is more than enough drama for a teenager, but there’s another issue at hand:
Lucy is part human, part ape.
Entertainment Weekly gave Laurence Gonzales’s Lucy an “A”, calling it a “gripping sci-fi thriller.” We can’t wait to find out how you’ll grade the book. Enter your email address below, and you’ll be entered to win one of one hundred copies of this book. EDIT: This contest is now over.
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100 winners will receive one (1) copy of Lucy (9780307272607). (Approximate prize value is $25 USD)
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