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An interview with Jennie Melamed

This summer two of our reviewers reviewed Jennie Melamed's debut novel, Gather the Daughters. In her DIK review, Kristen wrote: Gather the Daughters is a haunting tale of a society where women are controlled but children are free, and a young woman on the cusp of that transition discovers something that pulls her ideological foundations out from under her. It’s perhaps not for the faint of heart, but will definitely appeal to  fans of engrossing dystopian fiction that lingers in the [...]

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