It sucks being the son of a supervillain. At home, Harry spends half of his time getting medical treatments and the other half tied up in his father’s underwater lair. It was different when his mother was alive, but she disappeared when Harry was six. He can’t seem to stay out of trouble at school, and his new roommate, Antonin, thinks he’s a spaz, but somehow Harry has to find a way to stop his father’s evil plans.
Antonin Karganilla wants to become a comic book artist, but other than that, being gay is the most normal thing about him. His uncle is an aquatic plant man, his aunt is a molecular biologist back from the dead, and his mom is an overprotective pain in the butt. Antonin’s in boarding school and it’s starting to look like he and this Harry kid might have a lot in common… and that means a whole new set of problems.
A thrill ride with superheros, extraordinary science, and unexpected twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat, Jessica Freely’s debut YA novel features a dystopian world where family is what you create. Harmony Ink Press wants to help you expand your LGBT YA offerings and has 30 copies of All the Colors of Love to send to interested libraries. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your US or Canadian mailing address before September 25; winners, chosen at random, will be notified by September 30.
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