A modern-day retelling of Mark Twain's classic The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Finn tells the story of Chloe Wilder, a quiet girl, part tomboy, part survivor. When Chloe and her grandparents' maid Silvia are torn from their quiet life, they enter a world of adventure and danger.

Young people will see Finn as an adventure, older readers as social criticism. All will adore Chloe Wilder.
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About Matthew Olshan

Matthew Olshan was educated at Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and Oxford Universities. He is a freelance writer and producer.

A native of Washington, D.C., he lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife and daughter. Finn: a Novel is his first published work of fiction.

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