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The Exene Chronicles
Camille A. Collins

Brain Mill Press
October 2018
On Sale: September 25, 2018
Featuring: Lia
ISBN: 1948559056
EAN: 2940162029786
Kindle: B07FB2MHT1
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Young Adult Historical

Lia is fourteen and losing her best friend. When things donít seem like they could get any worse, Ryan disappears.

Lia is one of only a handful of black kids in Coronado, her San Diego suburb. The only person she feels she can talk to is punk rock high priestess and frontwoman to a legendary LA band, Exene Cervenka. Reeling from Ryanís disappearance, Lia writes letters and poems to Exene every day. She can relate to Exeneóbut if they were to ever meet, would Exene be able to relate to her? With Exene and her bandís searing soundtrack as her chief inspiration, Lia dives head-first into a dark and spiky counterculture rife with confrontation, shifting alliances, and unsettling insights into what Ryan was doing and what might have happened to her.

Set against the backdrop of the 1980s heyday of LA punk rock, The Exene Chronicles sings of the coming of a new age for all girls in America who have been disenfranchised by the spaces they identified as their own. With lyrical prose and an unrelenting moral center, Camille A. Collins liberates the punk in all of us.

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