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How much does the internet know about YOU? A thought-provoking near future YA thriller that could not be more timely as it explores issues of online privacy, artificial intelligence, and the power and perils of social networks.

Because her mom is always on the move, Steph hasn't lived anyplace longer than six months. Her only constant is an online community called CatNet -- a social media site where users upload cat pictures -- a place she knows she is welcome. What Steph doesn't know is that the admin of the site, CheshireCat, is a sentient A.I.

When a threat from Steph's past catches up to her and ChesireCat's existence is discovered by outsiders, it's up to Steph and her friends, both online and IRL, to save her.

Catfishing on CatNet is a surprising, heartfelt near-future YA thriller by award-winning author Naomi Kritzer, whose short story "Cat Pictures Please" won the Hugo Award and Locus Award and was a finalist for the Nebula.



About the Author

Naomi Kritzer

I grew up in Madison, Wisconsin, though I was born in North Carolina, lived in Indiana and Houston, Texas before I turned five, and spent a year living in London when I was 13. I moved to Minnesota to attend college, and haven't left. My husband and I have two daughters and three cats. I post regularly about the daughters and occasionally about writing on my blog at http://www.livejournal.com/users/naomikritzer/.



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