Veronika has never known anything but the island. She lives there with her three sisters, Isobel, Eleanor and Caroline. They look exactly alike, except for their hair color. Two caretakers take the girls on walks, put them to sleep at night and ask them lots of questions. They record their answers in a black notebook, a rectangle that lights up when touched. Their lives are peaceful and full of new things to learn.
"Written from Veronika’s point of view, Gordon Dahlquist’s THE DIFFERENT GIRL benefits from a fascinatingly unreliable narrator...This book makes readers responsible for extracting not only plot details but thematic r