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Description of Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas
Punk 57 is a fiction, thriller, literature, redemption, loss, grief, suspense and mystery novel that plots the story of a boy and a girl who are in love. Misha and Ryen are the prominent characters of the story. Misha first meets with Ryen in fifth grade and they both have unique names. Misha is a boy and everyone thinks he is a girl by his name.
When his class teacher asks him to sit with another boy whose name was Ryen was actually a girl. Ryen also has a weird name who is a girl. They both become friends and begin to like the company of each other. The time begins to pass and they graduate from high school and college. Misha and Ryen never take any photo of each other and everything between them is just amazing. They both have severe differences in their choices but still, both of them are together.
Misha likes the way she looks at him. After college, both follow their dreams but still remain in touch with each other. They met each other on weekends and say no to social media and other electronic devices. Misha and Ryen spend quality time with each other but one day an incident happened that changed their life forever. What happened between them and what is the reality of everything behind this?
About the Author
Penelope Douglas is the bestselling author in New York Times. She has millions of sales worldwide and wrote dozens of some really great novels.
Details About Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas
- Name: Punk 57
- Authors: Penelope Douglas
- Pages: 444
- Genre: fiction, thriller, literature, redemption, paranormal, loss
- Size: 1 MB
- Price: Free
- Language: English
- Format: PDF/ePub
- ISBN: 1009933210002
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