Token (A Minx Title) by Alisa Kwitney, Joelle Jones
  

Synopsis

Token (A Minx Title) by Alisa Kwitney, Joelle Jones

This title introduces 'Minx' - a new line of graphic novels for young adults! Can Shira - a sheltered young Jewish girl out of time - and Rafael - a Spanish old soul who knows how to make being bad feel good - survive culture clashes and criminal records to find true love in the sun-drenched, sequinned miasma that was South Beach, Miami, in the Big '80s?Former Vertigo editor and author Alisa Kwitney ( Til the Fat Lady Sings ) and artist Joelle Jones ( 12 Reasons Why I Love Her ) present a romantic, funny and poignant look at teenage life and love which will appeal to fans of Dirty Dancing and lovers of the wacky, wild world of the 1980s!

Reviews

* Alisa Kwitney is my guilty pleasure. - Neil Gaiman * Witty, charming, funny and real, Alisa Kwitney brings a fresh voice to Chick-Lit and Romance! - Carly Phillips (New York Times Bestseller) * [Minx] titles are funny, pacy and positive, offering young women credible, every day superheroes. - The Guardian

About the Author

Alisa Kwitney is a former editor at Vertigo, where she worked on the multi-award-winning Sandman series, before authoring the Sandman series Destiny: A Chronicle of Deaths Foretold and launching a career writing womens' fiction. Her most recent book is Flirting in Cars. Joelle Jones is a young artist whose major work to date is the Oni series 12 Reasons Why I Love Her. She has also contributed art to the bestselling Fables series.

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Paperback
176 pages

Author

Alisa Kwitney, Joelle Jones
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Publication date

19th December 2008

ISBN

9781845767037


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