Anais is fifteen and headed to the Panopticon, a home for chronic young offenders. This time she beat a police officer into a coma and even though she can't remember the details because of the pills she was abusing, her clothes are covered in blood. She has spent her entire life in foster car and learned quickly that she can only trust herself, that the "experiment" is plotting against her and anything could be a trick.
Alice Munro, the renowned Canadian writer of 14 short story collections, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday, October 10, 2013. Some of her titles are:
Dear Life, Too Much Happiness, Runaway, The View from Castle Rock, The Love of a Good Woman, and Carried Away.
Read more about Alice Munro here.