Sarah talks to her rubber dragon. Â She also talks to walls, paintings, and other inanimate objects. Â She has incredible difficulty talking to humans. That makes her crazy, right?
What most people donâ€™t bother to discover is that when Sarah talks to inanimate objects, they answer.
Tossed out onto the streets from the mental institution where she has lived most of her adult life, Sarah is adopted by Abalone, a hacker whose home is the weird and wild industrial Jungle ruled over by Head Wolf. Â But Sarahâ€™s idyll with her new Pack canâ€™t last. Someone is searching for her â€“ and not even the Pack can protect her from those who know her secret and plan to use her gift for their own dark ends.
This special edition contains the original novel, along with the essay "Pride of Place," which talks about the origin of Lindskold's first published novel.