Treehugger by Kea Alwang

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Planet-hopping is a gift. Righting the wrongs of the multiverse on behalf of a mysterious life form is a privilege. Leading a secretive double life has its perks. Being Earthborn? Well, that simply bites.    When Chloe (aka Star of Earth) dares to shake off her bullied past to try fitting in at an A-list slumber party, her sleeping bag is the least of her baggage. Unfortunately, more ridicule only reinforces her belief that she'll never blend in on Earth, no matter how well she hides her double life, alien-influenced quirks, and devastation over the disappearance of her best friends. At least when they were in her life, public humiliation on her homeworld didn't throw her as much. Their friendship had meant everything.
    Symbiont-aided abilities slipping, Chloe becomes an enemy to herself just as a terrifying nemesis threatens to resurface. Can she navigate evolving relationships and old nightmares in time to rescue her legendary reputation as an evil-thrashing sentinel? Does it really matter what world you are on when trying to find yourself--especially when a lunatic is trying to find you first?her best on her homeworld invites more ridicule and the perfect opportunity to snap. Disowning planet Earth and all it stands for, Star claims her extraterrestrial existence as the only life to ever matter. And why not? That life showers her in adventure, offering opportunities to play hero and create change straight from her heart. Unfortunately, slipping skills, evolving relationships, an old enemy, and planets under seige step in to show Chloe it really doesn't matter where you are when trying to find yourself--especially when a lunatic is trying to find you first.
 

About Kea Alwang

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Kea Alwang has taken a break from non-fiction magazine and newspaper articles to focus on her young adult, fantasy/sci-fi "Based on a Dream" series, beginning with "Treehugger."Kea lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids, two parakeets, and snake. When she's not writing, she loves reading, practicing the martial art of Isshin-ryu, and toying with the possibilities social media presents.
 
Published December 19, 2011 by Kea Alwang. 317 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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