Happy First day of the TBR and Beyond Tour for Primal animals! Thanks to much to TBR and Beyond for having me on this tour, as a lover of books with spooky girl vibes I’m super excited to dive into this book. Make sure to check the tour schedule for reviews on this book!
Protect the girls
Arlee Gold is anxious about spending the summer at the college prep Camp Rockaway—the same camp her mother attended year sago, which her mother insists will help give Arlee a “fresh start” and will “change her life.” Little does Arlee know that, once she steps foot on the manicured grounds, this will prove to be true in horrifying ways. Even though the girls in her cabin are awesome—and she’s developing a major crush on thegirl who sleeps in the bunk above her—the other campers seem to be wary of Arlee, unwilling to talk to her or be near her, which only ramps up her paranoia. When she’s tapped to join a strange secret society, Arlee thinks this will be her shot at fitting in…until her new “sisters” ask her to do the unthinkable, putting her life, and the life of her new crush, in perilous danger
Content Warning: Blood, gore, mentions of Sexual harassment/assault
For lowers of Wilder Girls, House of Hollow, the Grace Year and What Big Teeth, Primal Animals comes out May 24th and can be preordered from Barnes & Noble, Indigo, IndieBound, Book depository, and Amazon. Make sure to add this to your goodreads as well!
About the Author :
Julia Lynn Rubin lives the writer’s life in Brooklyn, where she finished an MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults at The New School in 2017. For three years she served as a writing mentor for Girls Write Now, New York City’s premiere writing program for high school girls, and she continues to facilitate pre K literacy programs throughout Brooklyn at libraries and family shelters.
Julia has been writing books, poems, and stories since first grade, and loves reading about everything from film analysis (she’s a film nerd) to psychology and philosophy. Her short stories have appeared in publications such as the North American Review, Sierra Nevada Review, and The Lascaux Review, and she has written for a variety of online publications Including BuzzFeed, The Content Strategist , Fatherly and Wetpaint Entertainment.
Julia is passionate about realism and diversity in teen literature. She hopes to one day own a French bulldog, pug, Boston terrier, or perhaps a mix of all three. She loves indie films, drag shows, and spending as much time as possible at the beach. She is represented by Lauren Spieller or Triada US Literary Agency .
Author links – Website, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, Facebook.