Chimera

Twelve-year-old Sam is a brilliant, autistic boy. His dad has sheltered him from the savagery of a world where natural food is banished. The emergence of Sami, an articulate and talented girl who shares Sam's body, changes everything. Her presence puts them all in grave danger because the Food Police seek to eliminate such a child. Why? Because myth has it she is to save the world from them. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
  • Words: 117,950
  • Language: British English
  • ISBN: 9782940553143
About Alan McCluskey

Alan McCluskey lives amid the vineyards in a small Swiss village between three lakes and a range of mountains. Nearby, several thousands of years earlier, lakeside villages housed a thriving Celtic community. The ever-present heart-beat of that world continues to fuel his long-standing fascination for magic and fantasy.
All Alan McCluskey’s books are about the self-empowerment of the young, girls in particular, in a world that tends to curtail their opportunities, belittle their abilities and discourage them from doing great things. His books also explore the difficulties of those whose gender and sexuality lie beyond the dominant binary divide between boy and girl. His goal in writing fiction is to imagine inspiring ways forward, despite the difficulties thrown in the way of these young people.

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