“Like a Reagan-era Ice Storm, Emily Schultz’s novel Joyland captures the confusion of adolescent sexuality in a tangle of pixelated icons via the video-game generation. Set in the summer of 1984, this book will have you thinking twice about the video-game generation and the power of pining and Pac-Man.” – Flare
BackLit bonus material includes an alternate ending and an author interview.
|Read an excerpt from Joyland||142 KB|
|Bonus BackLit Section: Insights for Readers||223.92 KB|