Heretics Anonymous

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• Author :Katie Henry
• Pages :
329 Sheets
• ISBN-13 :
9780062698872
• ISBN-10 :0062698877
• Release :
August 7, 2018
• Publisher :
Katherine Tegen Books

⊕ Plot Summary : “Michael is Associate in Nursing atheist. therefore as he walks through the doors at St. Clare’s—a strict Catholic school—sporting a material tie, things can’t get a lot of worse. His dada has simply created the family move once more, and Michael wants a devotee. once a lady challenges their teacher in school, Michael thinks he might need found one, and a fellow nonreligious person at that. solely this lady, Lucy, isn’t simply Catholic . . . she needs to be a priest.

But Australopithecus afarensis introduces Michael to different St. Clare’s outcasts, and he formally joins Heretics Anonymous, wherever he will be Associate in Nursing atheist, Australopithecus afarensis will be Associate in Nursing outspoken feminist, Avi will be person and gay, Georgia home boy will wear no matter he needs, and Eden will follow religion. once an event in theology category, Michael encourages the Heretics to travel from association to rebels dead set exposing the school’s hypocrisies. once Michael takes one mission too far—putting the opposite Heretics at risk—he should decide whether or not to fight for his own freedom, or suppose in|place confidence in} faith, no matter meaning, in God, his friends, or himself.”


⊗ Author Profile

“Hi! My name is Katie Henry, and that i write books and plays for and regarding my favorite demographic of people: teenagers. I spent my very own teenaged years in Berkeley, California, associate degree ultra-liberal school city wherever adolescent rebellion takes the shape of intake refined sugars or choice Republican. I touched to big apple town for school and determined to remain, despite the fact that the avocados here ofttimes cross ME. My interests embody feminist/liberation theology, medieval history, and overthinking completely everything.”


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