Life isn't always fair, and no one knows that better than fifteen-year-old Puck. When she's unceremoniously booted from yet another foster home, this city kid lands at DreamRoads, a rehabilitation wilderness camp for juvies. Her fellow campers include a famous pop star with a diva attitude, a geeky, "fish out of water" math whiz, and a surly gang-banger with a chip on his shoulder. The program's steely director aims to break Puck, but she knows that every adult has a breaking point, too. Determined to defy this realm of agonizing nature hikes and soul-sucking psychobabble - even if that means manipulating four lovestruck camp counselors and the director's dim-witted second-in-command - Puck ultimately gets much more than she bargains for in this "wondrous strange" outdoor odyssey inspired by The Bard's most beguiling comedy.
Used availability for Kim Askew's Puck
November 2016 : Paperback
November 2016 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition