Last year I had the pleasure of meeting debut ya author Jenny Torres Sanchez at ALA Midwinter and introducing you all to The Downside of Being Charlie. Today I am honored to share the cover of her second novel, Death, Dickinson and the Demented Life of Frenchie Garcia.
Frenchie Garcia can't come to grips with Andy Cooper's death. Her
friends didn't know she loved him or that she was with him the night he
committed suicide. And Frenchie's biggest concern right now is how she
may have blindly helped him die that night. Though already obsessed with
death and Emily Dickinson, neither help Frenchie understand the role
she played during Andy's "one night of adventure." But then she meets
Colin, and stumbles upon the perfect opportunity to recreate her last
night with Andy. And it just may help her figure out who Andy really
was. While exploring the emotional depth of loss, Sanchez's sharp humor
and clever observations present a richly developed voice. Published in 2013 by Running Press.
More Jenny Torres Sanchez on TLT:
Meet Jenny Torres Sanchez
Jenny Torres Sanchez reviews Ask the Passengers by A. S. King
Book Review: The Downside of Being Charlie by Jenny Torres Sanchez