Author(s): Barbara T Williams
One day of normal—that’s all Corky McKinnon wants.
For Corky, normal would mean bullies and mean girls aren’t lurking on the way to school. Who wouldn’t want that kind of peaceful day? She’d also like a day where everybody—including her mom—isn’t freaked out she’s gay. Most of all, Corky would like a day where people around her aren’t swirling in colors that reveal their real mood.
After a devastating move to a hostile neighborhood in not-so-sunny Florida, what’s “normal” for Corky goes to a whole new level. Seeing colors was one thing, but now Edith is hanging around. Edith, who played pranks like cutting Corky’s hair while she was asleep. Edith, who defines a new kind of mean and holds a grudge. Edith, Corky’s dead twin.
The Coming of the Mojo… The new normal may not be a good thing.
In a world where “normal” is overrated, a sassy young heroine copes with her surprising birthright. By the author of A Killing Kindness and Relative Stranger.