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The Diary of Pelly D by Lucy Adlington
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Jan 16, 2009

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bookshelves: spec-fic, ya
Read in December, 2006

When Toni V finds Pelly D's diary, he accepts that back-breaking labor and single gender worker dormitories are pretty much normal life. (Well, as normal as humanoids sporting gills and needing vast amounts of under-water time every day can be). What Pelly D shows him through her diary is a life that existed before the gene-mapping project robbed her of the luxuries she'd become accustomed to by virtue of wealth and popularity. Those of you familiar with race issues in 20th century America will find many parallels in The Diary of Pelly D, by L.J. Adlington.

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