“We’re gravitating toward a world where more and more of our interactions with other people are mediated by technology,” said first-time author Katharine McGee.
“We’re gravitating toward a world where more and more of our interactions with other people are mediated by technology,” said first-time author Katharine McGee. Chris Bailey Photography
“We’re gravitating toward a world where more and more of our interactions with other people are mediated by technology,” said first-time author Katharine McGee. Chris Bailey Photography

A young adult novel without the dystopian gloom

September 11, 2016 08:00 AM

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