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The Evolution Of Ethan Poe

Robin Reardon

ISBN 9780758246806
Publish Date 7/26/2011
Format Trade Paperback
Categories Kensington, Fiction
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In the space of a few months, sixteen-year-old Ethan Poe’s life has become a complicated mix of facts, theories, and hypotheses. Things he knows beyond doubt: his parents are divorcing, his older brother Kyle is exhibiting alarming behavior, and his best friend is turning into a spiritual fanatic. Then there are the shifting uncertainties—including his feelings toward his father and his desire to both blend in and stand out in his rural Maine hometown. Most pressing of all, there’s his attraction to Max Modine, a boy he wants to know much better than he does.

Despite Ethan’s initial reluctance, he gets pulled into a heated and sometimes violent conflict about whether to introduce Intelligent Design into science classrooms. Family and friends are turning against each other, school is a battleground, and Ethan will have to take a stand. Because some facts are irrefutable and some bonds unbreakable, even when they can’t be seen. And once Ethan finds the courage to become who he was meant to be, the outcome could be absolutely extraordinary…

Praise for the novels of Robin Reardon

“Stirring…thoughtful and convincing.” —Publishers Weekly on Thinking Straight

“A compelling story well worth your time…Reardon is an author to watch.” —Bart Yates, author of The Brothers Bishop on A Secret Edge

About Robin Reardon:

Robin Reardon is an inveterate observer of human nature and has been writing forever—childish songs, poems, little plays. More recent efforts include short stories, creative non-fiction, and novels for and about teenagers. By day Robin works as a communications manager for an international financial institution, writing, editing the work of others, and creating strategic communications approaches specializing in intranet delivery of internal communications. Interests outside of writing include singing, photography, and the study of comparative religions. Robin writes in a butter yellow study with a view of the Boston, Massachusetts, skyline.

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