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The Sea Is Salt and So Am I
  • Cassandra Hartt
  • ISBN: 9781250619242
  • Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
  • Pub Date: 06/2021
  • Pages: 384
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Young Adult Age:
  • Price: $18.99
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I'll Give You the Sun meets Normal People in Cassandra Hartt's The Sea Is Salt and So Am I, a stunning YA contemporary debut that asks if the secrets we keep and the people we love can change who we are.

Achingly beautiful."--Rachael Lippincott, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Five Feet Apart

Turbulent and tender, this deeply-felt debut will make your heart swell time and time again.--Julia Drake, author of The Last True Poets of the Sea

West Finch is one hurricane away from falling into the sea.

Yet sixteen-year-old Harlow Prout is determined to save her small Maine hometown. If only she could stop getting in her own way and find someone, anyone, willing to help. But her best friend Ellis MacQueen "fixes" problems by running away from them--including his broken relationship with his twin brother, Tommy. And Tommy's depression has hit a new low, so he's not up for fixing anything.

In the wake of the town's latest devastating storm, Tommy goes out for a swim that he doesn't intend to survive. It's his unexpected return that sets into motion a sea change between these three teens. One that tests old loyalties, sparks new romance, and uncovers painful secrets. And nothing stays secret in West Finch for long.

Exquisitely honest and shimmering with emotion, The Sea is Salt and So Am I is a captivating multi-POV story that probes the depths of what it means to love and trust--both ourselves and others.

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