SAY HER NAME - A Sid Rubin Silicon Alley Adventure
SAY HER NAME, Available on Amazon
From the back cover:
High-flying lesbionic brainiac Sid Rubin is caught up in the glow of new love—and the snowball fight of the century. Distraction in action, Sid forgets to duck and takes a full facial hit, launching her backward into Imani, who in turn slides down a hill, through a thicket, and amazingly, lands safely. Or so she thinks. Until she hears an ice crack and sees a fingertip rise through the small fissure.
Cue the scream.
Jimmy, Sid, Ari, and Vikram slip and slide their way to the rescue, somehow knowing that a chain of events has just been set in motion.
The finger becomes a hand, and then a body. It’s a young girl. And she’s not alone. There are seven more skeletons―unidentified and unclaimed. When Imani utters the words, “I want someone to say her name,” it’s time for the posse to round up and ride again―chasing a mystery across time, and states, and even continents. A genetic genealogy hunt that's right up Sid’s Silicon Alley.
But there’s a glitch in the system, because Sid's new girlfriend, Ava, has other plans. And Sid learns the hard way that before she can untangle someone else's family tree, she will have to find her own roots.
Say Her Name is the third Sid Rubin Silicon Alley Adventure.
Reviews & Media
“Sid is the smartest seventeen-year old you’ve never met, at once funny and brilliant, forthright and insecure, too-good-to-be-true and utterly real. Once you have met her, you won’t forget her soon.”―Eric Peterson, columnist, NBC OUT
“Sid Rubin is one of those brilliant and smart heroines you would happily follow even to the darkest parts of the Web―Deoul has brought an incredibly fun and fresh voice to the YA genre.”―Ileen Maisell, Executive Producer, The Golden Compass
"Sid and her friends are characters you care about, and this adventure is full of all the danger, young love, intense passions, and self-doubt that make teenage life today so extraordinary."―Shamim Sarif, writer and director of The World Unseen and I Can’t Think Straight