[Zoom Event] Trace Kerr: The Names We Take

Join us for an evening with author Trace Kerr to celebrate the release of her new YA thriller The Names We Take. 

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About The Names We Take:

Seventeen-year-old Pip takes the headstrong twelve-year-old Iris under her protection in the wake of an earth-shattering plague. The duo must navigate the nearly unrecognizable remains of the Spokane Valley, facing roving slave traders, merciless gangs, and worse. Pip and Iris soon meet Fly, a stubborn and courageous older girl, and as the three grow closer and their circumstances grow more perilous, they must also grapple with their own identities in this cruel new world. 

About Trace: 

Trace Kerr is a lifelong Pacific Northwesterner who never uses an umbrella when it rains. When she's not prowling the dusty shelves of some indie bookstore, she can sometimes be heard on Spokane Public Radio as the producer & co-host of the Brain Junk Podcast. She also recently joined the Taking Her Lead podcast as a co-host and is excited to interview women about their experiences in leadership.Trace lives in Spokane with a gardening crazed chemist, one kid who's still at home, several chickens, three cats, and a flatulent chocolate lab named, Ruby. Her first love is writing stories about queer teens and magic. The Names We Take is her first novel.

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Event date: 
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 - 7:00pm
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$16.00
ISBN: 9781947845169
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Ooligan Press - May 19th, 2020

Never leave someone behind: it's a promise easier made than kept, especially when seventeen-year-old Pip takes the headstrong twelve-year-old Iris under her protection in the wake of an earth-shattering plague. After an unspeakable tragedy, the duo must negotiate the complexities of their own identities amid the nearly unrecognizable remains of Spokane, Washington.