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Arin Greenwood

Biography

Arin Greenwood

Arin Greenwood is a writer and former lawyer living just outside Washington, D.C., with her husband, Ray, their dog, Murray, and their cat, Derrick. Arin is an editor for The Huffington Post, covering things both nerdy and weird, like Virginia cats running for U.S. Senate, in and around the nation's capital. Her stories have appeared in Slate, the Washington City Paper, the American Bar Association Journal, and dozens of other publications. Her first novel—Tropical Depression, published in 2011—was loosely based on the five-odd, sometimes very odd, years Arin spent lawyering on a small island near Guam. Save the Enemy is her first young adult novel. Read some of Arin's stories and get in touch at www.aringreenwood.com.

Arin Greenwood

Books by Arin Greenwood

by Arin Greenwood - Animals , Audiobook, Coming of Age, Futuristic, Loss, Pets, Science, Science Fiction, Superhero , Young Adult 12+, Youth Fiction
Seventeen-year-old Nano Miller was born and raised on Dog Island: home to Mechanical Tail, the company behind lifelike replacements for “man’s best friend.” The island is also home to the last living dogs, all but extinct. Nano’s life has become a cycle of annual heartbreak. Every spring, Mechanical Tail gives her the latest robot dog model to test, only to tear it from her arms a year later. This year is complicated by another heartbreak: the loss of her brother, Billy, who recently vanished without a trace. But nothing can prepare her for a discovery that upends everything she’s taken for granted: it’s a living puppy that miraculously wags its tail. There is no way she’s letting this dog go.
by Arin Greenwood - Mystery

Relying on the skills she never wanted to learn --- Dad might have had his reasons after all --- Zoey is plunged into a lethal battle to rescue her father, protect her brother, and determine the identity of her family’s true enemy.