Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale (Paperback)
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When fifteen-year-old Selina Kyle, aka the future Catwoman, becomes homeless, she must confront questions of who she is and who she will become.
She rejects human cruelty, but sometimes it seems as though brute force is the only way to "win." And if Selina is to survive on the streets, she must be tough. Can she find her humanity and reconcile toughness with her desire for community ... and love?
From Lauren Myracle, the New York Times best-selling author of books like ttfn and ttyl, comes a new graphic novel that tells the story of a teenage Catwoman, as she struggles to find her own identity while living on the streets of Gotham.
About the Author
Lauren Myracle is a best-selling American writer of young adult fiction. She has written many novels, including the three best-selling "Internet Girls" books, ttyl, ttfn and l8r, g8r. Her first novel, Kissing Kate, was selected as an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, and was named by Booklist as one of the "Top Ten Youth Romances" of the year, as well as one of the "Top Ten Books by New Writers."
"Isaac Goodhart's lush, evocative black and blue illustrations pair perfectly with Lauren Myracle's dark reimagining of Catwoman's origin story.… Sophisticated teen readers will appreciate this tragic, heartbreaking tale of one lonely, determined teenaged girl's journey to becoming a badass anti-hero." —Kristin Hannah, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Nightingale
“A high-octane, emotionally-charged reimagining that is definitely the cat's meow.” —Kirkus Reviews
“This look at Catwoman’s backstory is dense with plot, emotion, and action. A sensitive origin story of a beloved antihero.” —School Library Journal
"Myracle delivers a Catwoman origin story update that captures the inner challenges of adolescence and trauma. Goodhart’s art depicts action scenes and traditionally normalized bodies in shades of blue and black that remind readers that regardless of time of day, Catgirl is a creature of the night." —Publishers Weekly