A heart-warming story about friendship, loneliness and coming to terms with who you are.
Zoja is an anxious geek, who spends more time with computers than with other people. Having grown up without her parents, she has closed herself off from being hurt.
After moving in with two other students, Zoja intends to keep to herself, but her new flatmates have other plans. While struggling with her anxiety, Zoja finds herself falling in love for the very first time.
Fans of uplifting stories will love this engaging piece of political fiction. The book is a great gift for activists and people interested in environmental and LGBT stories.