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In Gillian Murray Kendall's new novel for young adults, a pair of teenagers-- a cheerleader and a chess club member-- join forces after an epidemic has wiped out their parents and almost all other adults. In search of a cure, they gradually join forces with other children and make their way through a devastated landscape, populated by the occasional infected and desperate adult. Over the radio they hear an adult voice that promises to take care of them. But can they safely trust anyone at all?
"...a wonderful page turner that cannot be put down."--Jane Yolen
Gillian Kendall is a professor of English Literature at Smith College. She is a specialist in Shakespeare and Renaissance drama,and also teaches a course on the post-apocalyptic novel. Garden of Darkness is her first novel for young adults.
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Gillian Murray Kendall earned a B.A. and M.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. She is a professor of English literature at Smith College, and particularly loves to teach Renaissance literature and drama. She is the editor of and contributor to a volume of essays called Shakespearean Power and Punishment (1998) and the author of the dystopic young adult novel Garden of Darkness (2014). She is also the author of articles and short stories. She is married to Robert Dorit, a biologist, with whom she has two sons.