Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Cory Doctorow's Little Brother named to School Library Journal's list of the Best Books of 2008

Cory Doctorow's young adult SF novel Little Brother (Tor) has been named to the School Library Journal's list of the Best Books of 2008:

After a terrorist attack, 17-year-old Marcus and his friends find themselves victims of abuse and, along with the rest of San Francisco’s residents, under constant surveillance. This exciting techno-thriller asks readers to think about tough topics and to question authority.
The 67 books on the list, chosen from more than 5,000 the SLJ reviewed in 2008, were honored for their "distinctive voices, singular vision, and/or innovative approaches."

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