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Gena and Finn would have never met but for their mutual love for the popular show Up Below. Regardless of their differences—Gena is a recent high school graduate whose social life largely takes place online, while Finn is in her early twenties, job hunting and contemplating marriage with her longtime boyfriend—the two girls realize that the bond between them transcends fanfiction. When disaster strikes and Gena's world turns upside down, only Finn can save her, and that, too, comes with a price. Told through emails, text messages, journal entries, and blog posts, Gena/Finn is a story of friendship and love in the digital age.
About the Author
Hannah Moskowitz is the acclaimed author of numerous middle grade and young adult novels, including A History of Glitter and Blood. She lives in New York City.
Kat Helgeson writes young adult novels and lives in Chicago with her husband and a healthy preoccupation with fictional characters.
"This portrayal of the fan world is spot-on. focused firmly on the real, messy relationships that can form in the digital age."--Booklist
"I liked Gena and I liked Finn, not just as characters but as people. Although their experiences were different from mine, I could see myself in both women--all of the uncertainty and indecisiveness and insecurity."-- Billie Bloebaum, A Children's Place, Portland, OR
"Everything is messy and heartfelt and ugh I am so deeply into it."--Book Riot
"There's quite a bit of resonance to be found within the pages of this book for anyone who's part of an online community, as well as a poignant story told in a very unique way."--Rally the Readers
"It's very satisfying to see this moment in fandom and Internet-originating relationships so capably represented."-Kirkus Reviews
"If Hannah Moskowitz writes it-or in this case, co-writes it-I will read it."--Leila Roy, Bookshelves of Doom, a Kirkus Reviews Blog
"Allows readers to close the cover pondering all the different ways humans can love."-School Library Journal
"Vividly portrays the minute-to-minute nature of modern communication."-Publishers Weekly